Financial Commission Declares Trade99 as ‘Category A’ Member

 Financial Commission Declares Trade99 as ‘Category A’ Member

Multi-asset trading platform Trade99 has been positioned as an A-category member by the Financial Commission, w.e.f. 4 June 2019. With this move, Trade99 joins an extremely different group of brokerages and service providers that have been utilizing the services provided by the Financial Commission. Trade99 and its customers will now be eligible for a wide array of services and membership benefits, including the protection service of the Financial Commission.

The important members inside the Financial Commission are representatives of crypto and Forex, in addition to different organizations that are working inside the lively crypto space.

About Trade99

Trade99 was established in the year 2019. Trade99 group is an exciting mix of industry driving fintech businessmen, consultants from finance, brokers, experts from the legal sector, blockchain inscription authorities, and cybersecurity specialists, focusing on blockchain technology advancement and financial markets. Trade99 provides clients with seamless trading experience and the support they need in order to enhance their chances of success.

Trade99 is a leveraged trading platform wherein users can trade a plethora of tradable assets, including currency pairs, stocks, indices, commodities, and cryptocurrencies, without purchasing or gaining control in the underlying assets. The platform is equipped with advanced technologies, 24/7 uptime, and the ability to fine-tune every detail of every trade.

Traders with different levels of experience can earn benefits on the innovative, user-friendly trading platform as per their needs.  Be it the novice or the professional, the hobby trader, or the daily grinder, Trade99 can be used equally by all. Trade99’s unique, proprietary features ease the process of managing risks, making informed, and timely trades.

Trade99 stands in complete compliance to the highest standards of regulations, among other things, with respect to KYC&AML procedures, GDPR, and privacy policies, full transparency, and disclosure policies, corporate governance, internal and external audits, etc.

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