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The Financial Services Agency (FSA) oversees all financial services providers, including Forex brokers, in Japan. The ultimate aim of Japan's FSA is to maintain the country’s financial system and ensure its stability. It is also responsible for protecting security investors, insurance policyholders, and depositors. It achieves its aims in a number of different ways including planning and policy making, supervising financial services providers, overseeing securities transactions, and inspecting financial institutions in the private sector. When the FSA was first created it was merely an administrative body. However, its responsibilities were widened in 2001 when it became the external representative of the Cabinet Office of Japan. It took over the responsibilities of the Financial Reconstruction Committee, and also took over responsibility for failed financial institutions.Today, the FSA Japan is held accountable to the Japanese Minister of Finance and enjoys a wide scope of responsibility.
License Type:Retail Forex License
Regulated in Country/AreaJapan
Regulatory License No.：7120001077366
Email Address of Licensed Institution :--
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
Expiry Date :--
Address of Licensed Institution :大阪府大阪市中央区今橋1-7-22
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :0662319311
Licensed Institution Certified Documents :Annex1
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General Information & Regulation
Since its establishment in April 1949, Eiwa Securities Co., Ltd. has served as a community-based securities firm. The company has always been committed to providing a wide range of products and services designed to help clients build a stable asset base and thereby earn their trust. Eiwa Securities is authorized and regulated by the Japan Securities Dealers Association, with the company's financial instrument operator number: Kinki Finance Bureau Director (Financial Instruments) No. 5.
The business scope of Eiwa Securities mainly covers the purchase, sale and brokerage agency of securities, involving products such as stocks, bonds, and investment trusts.
The products offered by Eiwa Securities involve risks in a number of areas, including price fluctuation risk, credit risk, and exchange rate fluctuation risk. Specifically:
- Stock transactions: Fluctuations in various market prices, changes in the business or property status of the company issuing the purchased shares, all of which can lead to losses.
- Bond transactions: When interest rates rise or the size of the buyer is small, the price of bonds can be affected by losses. Losses may occur as a result of debt defaults due to deterioration in the financial condition of bond issuers (companies, countries, etc.) and guarantors. There are also a number of other risks that could result in bonds not being sold.
Fees and Commissions
Eiwa Securities receives a fee from its clients when providing products and various services as needed. This fee is not only for the purchase or sale of products, but also includes other expenses. Commissions can generally be confirmed in documents delivered prior to contract signing, prospectuses, and sales materials. The fees charged by the company are transaction participation fees paid to the financial instruments exchange, fees for the production and dispatch of investment-related reference materials, and personnel costs related to the services provided by sales staff through consultation and advice.
Opinions and Complaints
If clients have any comments or complaints about Eiwa Securities, they can visit the Audit Department at the head office: 1-7-22 Imahashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan 541-0042. Online is available through the hotline 06-6231-9329, and reception hours are from Monday to Friday 9:00-17:00 (except holidays). In addition, the company has a financial ADR system to resolve complaints and disputes related to financial instruments and trading operations.
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