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FSA Seychelles regulated brokerage group Leadcapital Corp Ltd has announced that it has just gone live with a new Asian facing brand Finq.com.
Leadcapital Corp is a “sister company” to CySEC licensed Leadcapital Markets Ltd, which operates the Trade.com online brokerage brand.
Finq.com is launching with twelve languages in place, offering fairly low minimum deposits and high leverage levels. Finq.com is launching offering forex and CFD trading in Malaysian, Indonesian, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Urdu, Tagalog, Arabic, with additional langauages English, Spanish, Russian and Albanian.
Offering trading on the MT4 platform as well as a webtrader and mobile trading app, Finq.com has an expanded list of over 2,100 assets covering forex, cryptocurrencies, commodities, indices, ETFs, bonds and stocks. The Finq.com professionals who selected the 2,100 assets have concentrated efforts on a comprehensive choice specifically for the Asian market – China 50, Australia 200, Hang Seng, Nikkei and India 50 are represented on the indices list with up to 1:100 leverage, Forex includes Japanese Yen, Chinese yuan at up to 1:300 leverage, and the Japan Government Bond trades at a low spread of 0.08 spread. The asset list on Finq.com meets the noticeable demand in the foreign exchange and CFD market across the Asian region.
Roei Gavish, Group COO for Leadcapital Corp Ltd, operators of Finq.com, says,
Asians have a growing appetite for trading as disposable income increases and people are looking for opportunities to invest. The most recent and hottest development on the market has been cryptocurrencies but China is closing Bitcoin exchanges with the price point of many cryptos falling. At Finq.com we are offering eleven crypto CFDs at present with an ever-growing list offered as leveraged instruments for immediate trading. In our experience, traders are turning to alternatives away from direct stock purchase, and CFDs, Contracts for Difference, provide this outlet. In launching Finq.com, we are looking at a long-term strategy for Asian traders to use our product, knowledge and professional support.
Gavish points out,
2017 has been an interesting year for CFD traders with world elections, global events and even natural disasters having dramatic effects on the financial markets. It is against this background that we are taking a new direction for Asian clients; giving intelligent traders professional support and a collaborative approach for our partners who will be on hand across the regions.” Gavish continues, “We have global resources such as news and education but all online facilities will be localized. The platform, assets, trading conditions, are all geared to native markets with languages represented and support provided by live chat, email and local calls.
We have 5 things that are necessary for traders. Competitive leverage and spreads, expert dealing desk, local support, weekend trading, a modern platform with analyst tools for free. But add to that a mobile app for iOS and Android, four bonus promotions for clients from registration onward, the Finq.com 2,100 assets list and news every day, and then markets open for traders across the world.