Firkin Asset Consultants

04 dec 2013 Waarschuwing van een buitenlandse toezichthouder

De Engelse FCA en de Zweedse Finansinspektionen waarschuwen voor Firkin Asset Consultants.

De waarschuwing van de Engelse FCA van 4 december 2013

The Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) of the United Kingdom would like to alert all recipients that:

Firkin Asset Consultants
5-501 Senba Center Building

12 Hilton Plaza
West Office
Tower 222
Umeda Kita-Ku


Telephone: +81645604022
Fax: +81676357238

is NOT authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”) to carry on a regulated activity in the United Kingdom. Regulated activities include, amongst other things, advising on investments and dealing and arranging deals in investments ("investments" include stocks and shares).

The FCA believes that this organisation may be targeting UK customers. Therefore, we have added this firm to our list of unauthorised firms and individuals list. This list can be found at:

If you have any further questions on this matter please email our Consumer Contact Centre at consumer.queries@fca.org.uk, or alternatively by telephone on 0800 111 6768. Overseas callers can contact us on (+44) 20 7066 1000.

De waarschuwing van de Zweedse Finansinspektionen van 25 oktober 2013

Finansinspektionen (the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority) has today published this statement in order to warn investors against dealing with unauthorised firms.

Firkin Asset Consultants has not received authorisation from Finansinspektionen and therefore is not entitled to provide financial services in Sweden. Finansinspektionen has not received any notification of cross-border activities from other EEA countries.

Firkin Asset Consultants has a website (www.firkinac.com) using the following contact information:
12F Hilton Plaza West Office Tower
2-2-2 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka
530-0001 JAPAN

Representatives from Firkin Asset Consultants contact investors through unsolicited telephone calls and offer to buy their holdings of shares in American OTC companies, World Wide Child Care Corp. and Nexis Holding PLC. Investors must first pay a fee in advance ("security deposit") to secure the deal. This is an advance fee fraud scheme.

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