ThinkMarkets, a premium multi-asset on-line brokerage that gives customers with a borderless buying and selling expertise, at the moment introduced they’ve not too long ago acquired a Japan Affiliate, holding a Sort 1 Monetary Devices Enterprise Operator license from Japanese Monetary Providers Company (JFSA), Japan’s principal regulatory physique, to enter the FX market in Japan.
With this license, purchasers could have entry to the corporate’s proprietary mobile-first buying and selling platform ThinkTrader, launching quickly in Japan.
Designed with the trendy dealer in thoughts, ThinkMarkets subsequent era platform, ThinkTrader, gives highly effective buying and selling instruments and distinctive functionalities, all accessible by way of desktop, cellular and pill with a single login. Key options embrace: split- and quad-screen view, superior charting with 50+ clever drawing instruments and 80+ indicators to help technical evaluation.
“Tokyo is one among world’s largest overseas change buying and selling hubs, so the enlargement of our brokerage providers providing with the addition of FX in Japan is an thrilling milestone for us as we proceed our world enlargement,” stated Nauman Anees, CEO of ThinkMarkets. “This announcement can be vital as a result of it coincides with the opening of our Tokyo workplace.”
TF International Markets Japan Ltd is the company title of ThinkMarket’s Japan workplace, which is led by newly-appointed trade skilled Koike Kazuhiro, who will head the corporate’s operations in Japan as chief govt. Kazuhiro’s expertise consists of previous management positions with the Nasdaq Japan Alternate, Credit score Suisse Group, in addition to publicly traded firms corresponding to Merchants Securities.
“Including Japan’s overseas change markets to our present brokerage providers will enchantment to present foreign exchange merchants, whereas our Tokyo workplace opening will permit us to higher serve native buyer wants,” stated Kazuhiro. “We’re trying ahead to this new chapter within the firm’s historical past.”