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Shortly after LeapRate’s report on the acquisition of Alpari Japan K.K., formerly a subsidiary of Alpari UK which got into trouble after “Black Thursday” events, by Dukascopy Group, the Japanese Forex broker has published a short Questions & Answers article.
The main purpose of the article is to shed some light on particular topics (most of which are purely technical and practical) that clients of the Japanese broker might be interested in when it comes to the acquisition.
As previously announced, Alpari Japan K.K. will change its name to Dukascopy Japan K.K. Along with this name change, there are other changes coming.
For openers, the current home page https://www.alpari.jp will soon stop working (details to be revealed), once the new website for Dukascopy Japan is ready.
MyAlpari – the personal cabinet for Alpari Japan clients, is about to be closed. The company says logging in will be impossible from August 11, 2015.
E-mail addresses for correspondence with the broker, customer support, etc, will also change.
Account opening is set to be available from October this year, with Dukascopy Japan to offer forex trading through SWFX Swiss FX Marketplace. Japanese clients will have direct access via the JForex platform to the same price feed and liquidity as all other clients of Dukascopy Group.
To view the Q&A article by Alpari Japan, click here.