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.：3220001002994
Email Address of Licensed Institution :--
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
Expiry Date :--
Address of Licensed Institution :石川県金沢市駅西本町1丁目11番24号
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :0762228088
Licensed Institution Certified Documents :Shin.FSA监管截图 View Certified Documents
Most visited countries/areas
The data are from WIKI Research 2021.09.23 updated
WikiFX prompts you
Please choose wisely! Please avoid unnecessary loss
Insufficient data samples
Insufficient data samples，Browsing is not supported temporarily
You can check the real-time processing progress in 'User Center-My Release-Ponzi Scheme'
General Information of Shin Securities
Shin Securities Sakamoto Inc. was first established in January 1890, changed its name to Sakamoto Securities in April 1945, and obtained a securities license under the transfer system in 1968. In 1998, the company obtained securities registration, and in 2009, it merged with Arakamachi Securities Co., and in 2004, this company changed its name to Shin Securities Sakamoto Inc. Shin Securities is currently regulated by the Financial Services Agency of Japan and holds a retail foreign exchange license authorized by the Agency under regulatory number 3220001002994.
Minimum Deposit of Shin Securities
There are seems on minimum deposit limitation on opening an account, which sounds great for invetors to get started.
Leverage of Shin Securities
There is no leverage informtion announced on Shin website, so it is unsure whether stock trading can apply the trading leverage.
Spreads of Shin Securities
Shin Securities, as a stockbroker, does not provides any spreads related information on its official website.
Shin Securities' main business includes securities trading, stock index options trading, as well as brokerage, Agency, solicitation or sale of securities processing, receipt or payment of securities investment trust beneficiary certificates, redemption, and partial cancellation.
Account Opening Items of Shin Securities
When opening an account with Shin Securities, investors can open both a general securities account and a “specific account” (an account that allows customers to easily file tax returns) and a “NISA account” (which can be obtained by trading stocks and investment trusts). Shin Securities does not have a minimum capital requirement for opening an account, so investors can deposit a small amount of money upfront.
Fees of Shin Securities
When buying or selling domestic stocks (including domestic REITs and domestic ETFs), the maximum fee is 1,2650% of the contract price if the commission amount is 2,750 (including tax) yen or less, and only the purchase price if the stock is purchased through an issue, etc. When buying or selling foreign stocks, a maximum fee of 1.3915% of the transaction value will be charged (if the fee less than 5,500 yen, 5,500 yen will be charged), and if the stock is purchased through an issue, etc., only the purchase price is required. Investment trusts will be charged an application fee (some investment trusts will be redeemed), and investors will be charged trust fees during the period the investment trust is held.
The Database of WikiFX comes from the official regulatory authorities , such as the FCA, ASIC, etc. The published content is also based on fairness, objectivity and fact. WikiFX doesn't ask for PR fees, advertising fees, ranking fees, data cleaning fees and other illogical fees. WikiFX will do its utmost to maintain the consistency and synchronization of database with authoritative data sources such as regulatory authorities, but does not guarantee the data to be up to date consistently.
Given the complexity of forex industry, some brokers are issued legal licenses by cheating regulation institutes. If the data published by WikiFX are not in accordance with the fact, please click 'Complaints 'and 'Correction' to inform us. We will check immediately and release the results.
Foreign exchange, precious metals and over-the-counter (OTC) contracts are leveraged products, which have high risks and may lead to losses of your investment principal. Please invest rationally.
Special Note, the content of the Wikifx site is for information purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice. The Forex broker is chosen by the client. The client understands and takes into account all risks arising with Forex trading is not relevant with WikiFX, the client should bear full responsibility for their consequences.