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Jordan Group Financial

26 jul 2016 Waarschuwing van een buitenlandse toezichthouder

The Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) warns the public against the activities of Jordan Group Financial, a company that offers investment services.

The Jordan Group Financial company is not an authorized investment firm in Belgium. It is therefore not allowed to provide investment services in or from within Belgium.

Moreover, according to the information available to the FSMA, this may be a form of "boiler room" fraud. Additional information about this type of fraud is provided in the general warning published by the FSMA on 26 July 2016.

The FSMA thus advises against responding to any offer of financial service made by the Jordan Group Financial company and against transferring money to any account number it might mention.

Jordan Group Financial uses the website www.jordangroupfinancial.com, the email address clients@jordangroupfinancial.com and the telephone number +81 3 6740 2257. It claims to have its registered office in Japan (Shinjuku Maynds Tower, 2-1-1 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo).

It also uses a bank account which it claims was opened in the name of the company Amj Imp & Exp International Co. Ltd.

The company also appears to have ties to the Clewis Financial company, which has also been the subject of a warning published by the FSMA.

Would you like to enquire more generally as to whether a transaction being proposed complies with the financial legislation? Please use the search function (available in French and Dutch only) on the FSMA website. You can also contact the FSMA directly (email address: info@fsma.be).

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Warning from the Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong

Name:  Jordan Group Financial
Type:  Unlicensed entities
Address(es):  Shinjuku Maynds Tower, 20201 Yogogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0053, Japan
Website: www.jordangroupfinancial.com
Remarks:  The company is apparently associated with Clewis Financial, an unlicensed entity on the Alert List.
Add date:  27 Jun 2016
Note: Unlicensed entities often use names similar to legitimate companies to confuse investors.

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