LeadCapital Markets Ltd., a company founded in 2013, has launched an Asian focused brokerage FINQ.com.
FINQ.com will offer its clients a choice of 12 languages, along with fairly low minimum deposits and high leverage levels.
More than 2,100 assets
Finq.com is launching with forex and CFDs trading on more than 2,100 products spread across the following asset classes – forex, cryptocurrencies, commodities, indices, stocks, bonds, and ETFs.
The list is especially made to cater the Asian market – Hang Seng, China 50, Australia 200, India 50, and Nikkei are represented on the indices list with up to 1:100. Forex includes Chinese yuan, Japanese Yen at up to 1:100, and the Japan Government Bonds trades at a low spread of 0.08 spread.
“People in Asia have a growing appetite for trading as disposable income increases and people are looking for opportunities to invest. The most recent and hottest developments on the market has been cryptocurrencies but China is closing Bitcoin exchanges with the price point of many cryptos falling. At Finq.com we are offering eleven crypto CFDs at present with an ever-growing list offered as leveraged instruments for immediate trading. In our experience, traders are turning to alternatives away from direct stock purchase, and CFDs, Contracts for Difference, provide this outlet. In launching Finq.com we are looking at a long-term strategy for Asian traders to use our product, knowledge and professional support,” said Roei Gavish, the Group’s COO.
As for the trading platforms at Finq.com, the broker offers the MT4 platform, as well as webtrader and mobile trading app.
Leadcapital is going to use its FSA Seychelles regulated subsidiary to operate the brand.