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    Abstract:Established on August 3, 1948, Nobata Securities Co., Ltd. is a Japanese securities company that provides stocks, bonds, investment trusts and other financial instruments. Nobata Securities provides face-to-face transaction services, and the main bank is the Bank of Nagoya. Nobata Securities is regulated by the Japan Financial Services Agency (FSA), with the regulatory certificate number 6180301001707.

      General Information& Regulation

      Established on August 3, 1948, Nobata Securities Co., Ltd. is a Japanese securities company that provides stocks, bonds, investment trusts and other financial instruments. Nobata Securities provides face-to-face transaction services, and the main bank is the Bank of Nagoya. Nobata Securities is regulated by the Japan Financial Services Agency (FSA), with the regulatory certificate number 6180301001707.

      Market Instruments

      Nobata Securities provides investors with a series of financial instruments, including domestic listed stock spot trading, domestic listed stock margin trading, initial public offering (IPO), exchange-traded funds (ETF), real estate investment trusts (REIT), convertible bonds (CB), MRF, foreign stocks, foreign bonds, foreign currency-denominated MMF, derivative transactions (futures/options), etc.

      Commission

      The minimum fee for domestic stocks is 2,750 yen (tax included), and the maximum fee is 299,750 yen (tax included); if the amount equivalent to 1.243% of the contract price is less than 2,750 yen, it is 2,750 yen. The maximum fee for foreign stocks is 1,100,000 yen (including consumption tax); in addition to commissions based on contract prices, customers also need to pay fees related to foreign financial instrument market transactions. There is no charge for the management of domestic stock custody accounts and bank transfers.

      Nobata Securities Risk

      Customers need to be alert to price fluctuation risks, credit risks and exchange rate fluctuation risks when trading stocks and bonds in order to avoid loss. In addition, due to currency exchange restrictions, bonds denominated in foreign currencies may not be converted into Japanese yen.

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    • Norwegian Krone
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    • Polish Zloty
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    • Saudi Arabian Riyal
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