Transparency in Financials
FXCM Is Leading the Way
Summary of Facts:
What you should know about your broker's financials
FXCM believes in making our financials transparent so that clients and potential traders know about the performance and health of FXCM as a company. FXCM strongly believes all traders should be asking his or her broker some pivotal questions regarding the company's financial stability.
Questions to ask your broker:
What were your revenues?
FXCM Adjusted Pro Forma total revenue:(What is Revenue?)
- Fiscal Year 2011: $412.3 million
- Fiscal Year 2012: $417.3 million
- Fiscal Year 2013: $489.6 million
- Q1 2014: $111.3 million
- Q2 2014: $97.9 million
- Q3 2014: $116.1 million
How profitable is your firm?
FXCM Adjusted Pro Forma EBITDA: (What is EBITDA?)
- Fiscal Year 2011: $111.9 million
- Fiscal Year 2012: $112.9 million
- Fiscal Year 2013: $158.0 million
- Q1 2014: $24.6 million
- Q2 2014: $13.4 million
- Q3 2014: $28.4 million
Do you have a top-tier third party accounting firm auditing your financials?
FXCM's financials are audited by Ernst & Young, which is one of the top four ranked accounting firms in the world.
All references to "FXCM" refer to FXCM Inc. and its consolidated subsidiaries. Our operating subsidiaries are regulated in a number of jurisdictions, including, but not limited to, the United States (US), the United Kingdom (UK, where regulatory passport rights have been exercised to operate in a number of European Economic Area jurisdictions), Hong Kong, Australia, and Japan. We maintain offices in these jurisdictions, among others.