GeminiCap has grown into an influential international financial services organization
Alex Praill, Head of Operations
Alex is the Head of Operations of Gemini Capital Markets. Alex began a career in the Financial Services industry at IG Group and is responsible for delivering to the business the direction and discipline to ensure that clients receive a premium customer experience at all levels. Innovating and adding excellence in all areas is key to Alex’s position.
Aldrius Low Head of Risk and Technology
Aldrius has considerable experience working in the Spot FX and CFD industry, both on the retail offering and in the institutional space. This includes managing liquidity relationships, risk management, technological infrastructure, system implementation and developing new product offerings.
Priory to entering the FX industry, he worked in a asset management solutions firm specialised in providing regulated UCITS fund solutions for fund managers. Aldrius has a first class honours in Economics from the University of Warwick and is a CFA charterholder.
Anthony Stubbs – Commercial Director
He has had a successful career in Wealth Management and Private Banking within the Bahamas and is currently President of Bahamas Investment and Securities Business Association (BISBA). He is a holder of the Canadian Securities Certificate and Insurance and Financial Advisors Certificate. He brings a wealth of experience to ensure that the group has a strong foundation in compliance, back and middle office infrastructure.
Gemini Capital Markets (GeminiCap) is a registered trading name of IX Capital Group Limited, which is authorized and regulated by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB) under Registration Number SIA-F188. GeminiCap has established operations in Europe, Asia, Bahamas and Dubai.
Geminicap has always adhered to the "customer first" philosophy. We’re committed to providing efficient, convenient and comprehensive foreign exchange trading services to individuals and institutional investors. The core management team of the group cumulatively has over 50 years of experience within the financial services sector particularly within the fields of FX and CFD.
The Bahamas Securities and Exchange Commission (SCB), an important financial regulator of the Bahamas, is mandated by Bahamian law. Since its inception in 1995, the Bahamas Securities and Exchange Commission (SCB) has been committed to establishing and managing the operating rules of financial markets. In recent years, its regulatory authority has been highly recognized by global markets and investors. Recognized, highly regarded and sought after by the industry; the Commission, under the laws of the Bahamian, adopts the definitions and standards of the World Trade Organization (WTO), requiring any company or individual engaged in financial services in the Bahamas to be accurate and comprehensive. And timely disclosure, and strive to build a fair, just, compliant, safe, dynamic and competitive investment trading market.
As a financial regulator with more than 50 years of cooperation with the world's largest financial institutions, the Bahamas Securities and Exchange Commission (SCB) has extensive regulatory experience. At the same time, it is also a member of the International Securities Commission (IOSCO), the Americas Securities Regulatory Authority (COSRA), the Joint Investment Program Supervisor (OGCISS) and the Financial Services Regulatory Group (GFSR), and is also a member of the Caribbean Securities Regulatory Authority ( Active participants and contributors to CGSR).
The Bahamas Securities and Exchange Commission (SCB) has been continuously modernizing, technologically expanding and updating its regulatory technologies, facilities, personnel and work processes in order to better meet the changing global regulatory environment and growing regulatory demands. It aims to establish a dynamic and flexible regulatory system that not only protects the interests of the participants, but also continues to meet the high standards of international benchmarks.
Up to $1million insurance peace of mind.
Geminicap adheres strictly to the laws of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
GeminiCap provides customers with a million-dollar client money insurance. Eligible claimants can claim up to $1,000,000 which gives customers more confidence in trading. A Claimant is a customer of the Insured who
(i) is an Eligible Claimant in respect of the Insolvency Event
(ii) has submitted its claim (including a claim form) to the Insolvency Practitioner within 12 months of the date of the Insolvency Event of the Insured; and
(iii) has submitted its Investor Compensation Form to the Insured within 12 months of the date of the Insolvency Event of the Insured.