FUJITOMI · Japan
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License Type:Retail Forex License
Regulated in Country/AreaJapan
Regulatory License No.：5010001144278
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蛎殻町1-15-5
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :0345895500
Licensed Institution Certified Documents :FUJITOMI 牌照信息--20190214更新 View Certified Documents
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FUJITOMI · Japan
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General Information & Regulation of FUJITOMI
FUJITOMI was first established in 1952 and moved its head office to Sapporo in 1952, and changed its name to Fujitimi Co. In 1993, FUJITOMI moved its headquarters to Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, and obtained a commodity dealer license for the rubber market at the Tokyo Commodity Exchange. In 2009, FUJITOMI started its financial products brokerage business, and in December, gold bullion sales began, and in 2011 it started a real estate leasing business, residential land, and housing transaction business. In 2016, FUJITOMI began handling margin trading on the Tokyo Financial Exchange and margin trading on stock indices. In 2020, some products (precious metals, rubber, and agricultural markets) on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange were transferred to the Osaka Exchange, and it was granted a license to trade commodity futures, etc., on the Osaka Exchange. FUJITOMI is currently regulated by the Japan Financial Services Agency and holds its authorized and licensed retail foreign exchange license, regulatory number: 5010001144278.
Products & Services of FUJITOMI
FUJITOMI provides products and services, including stock and commodity futures trading advice, online trading of commodity futures, bullion trading, insurance, LED lighting, real estate, and agency contracting business.
Minimum Deposit of FUJITOMI
The minimum deposit part is not fully disclosed on the FUJITOMI website, so it is unknown about the precise amount trade with this broker.
Leverage of FUJITOMI
Leverage related information is not shown on FUJITOMI website. It is unsure whether traders can use leverage to trade stocks.
Fees of FUJITOMI
FUJITOMI has set different fees for different products and services, such as JPY 440 for Nikkei 225 margin trading and resetting via the Internet and JPY 4,400 for face-to-face trading with a consultant, and JPY 440 for gold ETF margin resetting via the Internet and JPY 1,650 for face-to-face trading with a consultant. For more information on fees, see the FUJITOMI website.
Real-Time Deposit of FUJITOMI
FUJITOMI offers an instant deposit service, where funds can be reflected in the account immediately, and FUJITOMI's affiliated financial institutions include PayPay Bank, Rakuten Bank, Aeon Bank, etc. Note to use instant deposit: not transfers of less than 10,000 yen, and the amount transferred cannot exceed the amount that can be deposited.
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