CWM FX

Why is this scam

CWM FX

CWM FX is operated by Leverate Financial Services Limited.

Leverate Financial Services is a Cypriot Investment Firm with the regulation of the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) (License No. 160/11). Which authorizes the company to provide Prime Brokerage Services and Straight-Through Processing to all European Union member states and other third countries.

According to the research and investigation firm OffshoreAlert, CWMFX’s parent holdings had a big part in the Colossal $16 billion offshore Ponzi scheme of Belvedere Management Limited.
Belvedere Management Limited is the main suspect. While allegedly CWM Group, the parent group of CWM FX, is involved with the massive plot.
Assessing the Belvedere Management Limited in more detail, it is of interest to notify that this particular Mauritius financial service provider has a license through the according to regulator FSC.

 

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Belvedere Management Ltd was on the verge of bankruptcy. Because there were signs that the firm wasn’t able to refund its investors demands.
These range from 125 hedge funds, assets under administration, securities broking, life insurances, investment management and many more. Interestingly, the total adds up to a staggering $16 million in terms of investor claims.

Official website: http://www.cwmfx.com/

The signs of confirmation

About $130 million Cayman Ponzi scheme was under Brighton SPC umbrella fund. City of London police was investigating £100 m-plus Ponzi scheme by ‘CWM’

Both schemes as a part of rampant fraud by Belvedere Management Group.

Belvedere operates in many countries. Particularly Mauritius, Guernsey, Cayman & South Africa.

In April 2016, the City of London Police raided the offices of retail FX brokerage CWM FX. The result was: the arrest of 14 employees including CEO Anthony Constantinou on suspicion of fraud and money laundering.

The company created a series of litigation and police censoring.

This ranged from the method by which he treated operating capital and client funds, to the method by which he treated his staff.
Due to the elaborate nature of this case, multiple other fraudulent schemes have been exposed.

They were linked with Belvedere’s operations. Such is the case of a Cayman islands Ponzi scheme, worth over $130 million.

With this particular scheme, CWM World was involved and received multiple funds under various subsidiaries. One of them is CWM Securities.

Alongside, OffshoreAlert’s report also covers the ongoing investigation of CWM World for an alleged $100 million-plus Ponzi plot.

Let’s see the other signs.

Not only did Belvedere deceived investors by publishing false net asset values and other documentation, but the firm also enabled insiders to conduct illegal activities, whilst concealing them.  Moreover, the list of malpractice is endless.

Few years after, CWM FX is back in the legal spotlight.

This time it is the center of a suspected Ponzi scheme which the company may well have been operating.

The most interesting case came this year in March, £50 million soldiers’ savings lost by traders.

The soldiers had allegedly plowed their savings and pension pots into a fund run by London firm CWM FX. They promised a return of 5% a month.

The company has quit trading.
Above all, Chelsea Football Club dropped their sponsorship following the police raid.

The soldiers were traditionally a regiment of the British East India Company Army prior to Indian independence in 1947.

About 30 investors have filed a class action against a Cayman Islands bank which held funds from the scheme.

CWM FX is still working but who can trust them?

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