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.：2010001041478
Email Address of Licensed Institution :--
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
Expiry Date :--
Address of Licensed Institution :東京都中央区日本橋茅場町1-4-7
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :0336679171
Licensed Institution Certified Documents :Kyokuto.FSA监管截图 View Certified Documents
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General Information of Kyokuto Securities
Kyokuto Securities was founded in March 1947 as Fuji Securities Co. and joined the Tokyo Stock Exchange as a full member in 1949 and changed its trade name to Far Eastern Securities Co. in December. Elite license and joined the Osaka Stock Exchange as a full member in 1987. In 1989, Kyokuto Securities became a general securities company and joined the Nagoya Stock Exchange as a full member in July of the same year and established Far Eastern Securities Brokerage Research Institute Ltd. In 1993, the Bank of Japan futures account opened, and in 2005, the company was listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and in September, it established an investment subsidiary, FE Invest Co. In September 2007, it was registered as a financial instrument operator under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act. Kyokuto Securities is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, with a current capital of 52,5168 yen and 256 employees. Kyokuto Securities is currently regulated by the Financial Services Agency of Japan and holds a retail foreign exchange license authorized and licensed by the Agency, Regulatory No. 2010001041478.
Kyokuto Securities' main businesses include trading (stocks, investment trusts, bonds, etc.), brokerage, underwriting, and some other advisory services (M&A advisory, securitization advisory).
Minimim Deposit of Kyokuto Securities
Minimum deposit details are not fully disclosed on the Kyokuto Securities website, therefore it is unknown the precise amount to trade with this stockbroker.Kyokuto Securities conducts sales mainly on a face-to-face basis and does not conduct call center or Internet transactions. Kyokuto Securities offers investors a NISA account (Japan Individual Savings Account), which is available to those over 20 years of age residing in Japan; as a tax-free investment limit, a maximum of 1.2 million yen can be purchased per year; and the tax-free period is up to five years.
Leverage of Kyotuto Securities
Kyokuto Securities, as a major stockbroker, does not show any leverage related information on its website. So it is unsure whether leverage can be applied on stock trading.
Fees of Kyokuto Securities
The maximum fee for domestic stock transactions set by Kyokuto Securities (Kyokuto Securities) is 1.254% (tax included, and 3,300 yen charged when the calculated amount less than 3,300 yen), for buying and selling foreign stocks and foreign stock depositary receipts, the transaction amount: local commission and various fees are added to the local contract in the case of buying, and in the case of selling, the local commission and various fees are deducted from the local contract, up to 0.880% of the domestic agency fee. When applying for an investment trust (partial investment trust redemption), the maximum fee for domestic investment trusts is 3.30% of the application amount, and the maximum fee for foreign investment trusts is 3.75%.
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