Akatsuki · Japan
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License Type:Retail Forex License
Regulated in Country/AreaJapan
Regulatory License No.：9010001042585
Email Address of Licensed Institution :--
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
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Address of Licensed Institution :東京都中央区日本橋小舟町8-1
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :03-5641-7800
Licensed Institution Certified Documents :Akatsuki.FSA监管截图 View Certified Documents
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Akatsuki · Japan
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General Information & Regulation
Akatsuki Securities, Inc. was established in October 1918 as a company primarily engaged in securities trading. The company is authorized and regulated by the Japan Securities Dealers Association (JSDA), and its financial instrument operator number is Kanto Finance Bureau Director (Financial Instruments) No. 67. In addition, Akatsuki Securities is regulated by the Financial Services Agency of Japan (FSA) under license number 9010001042585.
Akatsuki Securities provides investors with a range of financial instruments, including domestic/foreign stocks, investment trusts, bonds, and other foreign exchange services.
Akatsuki Securities offers its clients Click 365 trading, which is the first foreign exchange margin trading (FX) on the public exchange in Japan. It should be noted that Akatsuki Securities offers this trading as an intermediate service to YUTAKA TRUSTY SECURITIES Co.
Currency Pairs & Spreads
Users can trade 25 major currency pairs, typically 10,000 currency units at a time. A spread fee is charged for trading, e.g. 0.5 pips for USDJPY, 0.5 pips for EURJPY and 1 pip for GBPJPY.
Akatsuki Securities Fees
Akatsuki Securities charges clients for providing products and various services as needed during the trading process. In the case of Click 365, for example, the maximum transaction fee is 990 yen per trade one way (tax included). If a client chooses to trade without closing existing open positions, he/she will be charged a special contract fee (open position liquidation), or a regular fee when reducing an open position.
Akatsuki Securities Risks
Each financial product is subject to the risk of loss from various causes, including price fluctuation risk, interest rate fluctuation risk, liquidity risk, credit risk, system failure risk, etc. In some cases, transactions may encounter the risk of loss of principal or excess principal.
For Click 365 trading, it can be traded globally unlike stocks. This means that its market price fluctuates 24 hours a day. In general, trading is possible even on public holidays in Japan and overseas, except for Saturdays, Sundays and New Year's Day.
Akatsuki Securities offers four basic services to its clients, including online balance inquiry service, direct debit service, rebate service for stock/investment trust transfer fee, and foreign currency processing. For any business inquiries, clients can contact the company by calling the hotline at 0120-753-960. Reception hours are 8:00- 17:00 [excluding weekends and holidays].
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