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.：5010001086256
Email Address of Licensed Institution :--
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
Expiry Date :--
Address of Licensed Institution :東京都千代田区丸の内１－１１－１パシフィックセンチュリープレイス丸の内２４階
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :03-6812-3333
Licensed Institution Certified Documents :i - NET FSA牌照 View Certified Documents
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General Information& Regulation
i-NET Securities Co., Ltd. was established on November 6, 2003. Located in Tokyo, Japan, i-NET provides over-the-counter foreign exchange margin trading services. Formerly known as IPO Securities Co., Ltd., it was renamed i-NET Securities Co., Ltd. in February 2009. i-NET is regulated by the Financial Services Agency (FSA).
i-NET FX offers a total of 24 currency pairs in 9 currencies, including major currencies such as the US dollar, the euro, the Australian dollar and the British pound. i-NET FX has no transaction commission, and the spread is the transaction cost.
i-NET provides 10 order types: Market, Limit, Stop, IFD, OCO, IFDO, Trail, Position Aggregation Settlement, Transition, and Quick + Settlement OCO.
i-NET FX provides 25 times leverage trading that meets the margin requirements. The transaction volume is as high as 4% of the total transaction volume.
Spreads & Commissions
i-NET does not charge any transaction fees. The trading unit is 10,000 to 5 million currencies (1 hand to 500 lots). The South African Rand is 100,000 to 50 million currencies against the Japanese Yen (1 to 500 lots). The spread of the dollar against the yen is 0.7-1.8 pips, the euro against the yen is 1.4-2 pips, and the British pound against the yen is 2.0-5.2 pips. Please note that when the liquidity of the foreign exchange market drops significantly due to extreme changes in major national policy interest rates or terrorism, or when market prices fluctuate suddenly, the spread value does not apply.
Deposit & Withdrawal
i-NET customers can deposit money at any time in a day, and the deposit will be reflected in the trading account immediately. i-NET customers can also transfer funds from ATMs or financial institutions to designated accounts. When using this deposit method, the bank charges are paid by the customer. The transfer must be made in the name of the customer. If the transfer is made in the name of another person, the funds may not be reflected in the account and may be returned.
The trading time of i-NET is 24 hours: from 7:00 a.m. Monday to 7:00 a.m. Saturday (US daylight saving time from 7:00 a.m. Monday to 7:00 a.m. Saturday). However, this does not apply when overseas markets are closed. At other times, only orders other than market orders can be registered.
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