Lion Group strives to build a perfect and compliant platform for its stakeholders.
Effectively protection of the investors’ wealth and robustness of business development have always been the top priorities of the Group.
Lion Brokers Limited, a Cayman subsidiary of the Group, is one of a few financial service providers with CIMA full regulatory license in the world.

Lion International Financial (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., a Singapore subsidiary of the Group, has been granted the CMS license issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore with Licence no. CMS101140.

  • About CaymanIslands Monetary Authority (CIMA)

    (CaymanIslands Monetary Authority ,CIMA)

    The CaymanIslands Monetary Authority (CIMA) was established in 1999 and is the main financial services regulator in the Cayman Islands. It is responsible for regulating banking, insurance, trusts, investment funds, securities, and corporate services, etc. Foreign exchange service is also under the supervision of CIMA. Currently, the types of securities investment business licenses under Cayman regulation are Broker/Dealer, Securities Manager, Securities Advisor, Securities Arranger, and Market Maker.

  • About Singapore Capital Market Service License (CMS)

    (Capital Market Service License,CMS)

    Singapore has always been a worldwide center for offshore wealth management, relying on its advantages of political stability, favorable taxation, stable currency, strict rule of law and good reputation, where nearly half of entrusted assets come from North America and Europe. At the same time, it realizes global allocation of its entrusted assets, 68% of which are invested in the Asia-Pacific region. Holding a CMS license, Lion International Financial (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. can deal with the exchange traded derivative contracts, OTC derivative contracts and spot foreign exchange contracts for leveraged forex trading.

Comprehensive protection of customer funds security

As a Licensee, clients’ asset of Lion Brokers Limited are subject to Segregation of Client Asset requirements to ensure that funds are maintained under the clients’ segregated accounts. The Licensee regularly clears and reconciles clients’ funds and ensures in written form or an agreement with banks that the Licensee holds the client’s funds only as a trustee and that the banks have no rights to consolidate or exercise any lien on any funds in such accounts with any other accounts of the Licensee. The Licensee also has no right to garnish or counterclaim funds in the client’s bank account for any debt owed by the Licensee. At the same time, the regulatory authority requires that client funds must be stored separately from the Licensee's funds to prevent embezzlement.