So I received an email from FXCM that contained the following: Q: If I switch my account to FXCM UK what protection is available? A: The FSA is the regulatory body that oversees spot FX trading in the United Kingdom. The market has been regulated in the UK much longer then it has been in the U.S. Accounts with FXCM UK are segregated in accordance with FSA client money rules. The financial services authority, one of the world's most respected financial regulatory bodies, regulates FXCM UK. Since FXCM UK trading account funds are separated from other company funds, does this correlate to "insolvency-protection?" In other words, if FXCM goes down, my money won't go down with them because my funds were segregated? Or is this not true?