The Sterling Group International

17 mrt 2016 Waarschuwing van een buitenlandse toezichthouder

De Oostenrijkse toezichthouder FMA en de toezichthouder Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong waarschuwen tegen de activiteiten van The Sterling Group International.  

Bericht van de FMA (17/03/2016):

The FMA warns investors against the conclusion of investment services requiring a licence with this provider

Pursuant to Article 92 para. 11 first sentence of the 2007 Wertpapieraufsichtsgesetz (WAG 2007; Securities Supervision Act), the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) may disclose to the general public by publication on the Internet, in the official gazette “Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung”, or in any other newspaper with nationwide circulation, that a particular natural or legal person is not entitled to carry out certain investment services (Article 3 para. 2 nos. 1 to 4 WAG 2007), provided that said person has given cause for such action and informing the general public is deemed necessary and reasonable with regard to possible disadvantages of the person concerned.

By publication in the official gazette “Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung” of 19 March 2016, the FMA informs that

The Sterling Group International

with alleged business location in:

Shinjuku Center Building
1 Chome−25−1,
160-0023 Tōkyō-to

Tel: +81 3 6745 5309


is not entitled to provide investment services in Austria requiring a licence. The provider is therefore not entitled to provide investment advice in relation to financial instruments pursuant to Article 3 para. 2 no. 1 WAG 2007.


Bericht Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong (19/10/2015):

Name:  The Sterling Group International
Type:  Unlicensed entities
Address(es):  1 Chome−25−1, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, 160-0023 Tokyo, Japan
Website: www.thesterlinggroupinternational.com
Remarks:  The company is apparently associated with MG Wealth Advisors, another unlicensed entity on the Alert List.
Add date:  19 Oct 2015
Note: Unlicensed entities often use names similar to legitimate companies to confuse investors.

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