What are the 5 strictest regulators in Forex trading and how do they protect me?

Alternatives to Forex trading include stock trading, The five strictest Forex regulators in the world are the U.S. CFTC (Commodities and Futures Trade Commission), the U.S. NFA (National Futures Association), the U.K. FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), the FINMA (Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority) and the ASIC (Australian Securities and Investment Commission). These organizations set up regulations to protect the clients who trade with brokers who fall under their respective authorities. These regulations include limiting the leverage available to Forex traders, maintaining the separation of investor funds from those of the brokerage itself and ensuring that the broker maintains a certain minimum of funds on hand at all times.