Fxview Leads Innovation in South African Financial Markets

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Fxview, a prominent player in the Forex and CFD industry under the Finvasia Group, is revolutionizing South Africa’s financial landscape with its cutting-edge product suite. In a strategic move to broaden its presence in Africa, the multi-asset brokerage aims for excellence in the dynamic financial environment of South Africa.

South Africa’s Growing Financial Hub

South Africa has become a hub for Forex and CFD trading, with a particularly young trading population, averaging between 25 and 44 years old. Recent data highlights that 72% of traders took their first steps in global trading through Forex, and 40% view Forex trading as a path to financial independence. The majority (70%) trade on live accounts, with 39% having a trading tenure of 1 to 3 years (A.Nangara (23 March 2023). The Exchange Africa. Current state of Online Forex Trading in Africa).

Key drivers of Forex trading’s popularity in South Africa include a robust regulatory framework from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) and stable banking relationships with major global economies (BusinessLive (29 Oct. 2019). Forex trading in SA: what investors need to know). However, despite technological advancements, the MT4 remains the preferred trading platform, with 85% of traders using it, leaving ample room for innovation.

Fxview’s Impactful Offering

Fxview addresses the demands of both novice and experienced traders with platforms like MT4, MT5, and the innovative ActTrader. With 500+ CFD instruments and 70+ Forex pairs, Fxview is licensed and regulated by the FSCA, positioning itself as a trustworthy choice for South African traders.

The FSCA license solidifies Fxview’s standing in South Africa, allowing further expansion. Managing Director Janis Anastassiou stated, “South Africa is one of our most vibrant markets. Securing the FSCA license earlier this year was a natural step forward, empowering us to offer high-quality financial services to a broader audience.”

Diverse Platforms and Instruments

Fxview offers a range of platforms, including ActTrader, allowing traders to customize their experience for efficient navigation across multiple time frames and markets. The platform comparison on the broker’s site aids traders in choosing the platform that aligns with their needs.

In addition to platform diversity, Fxview provides a wide array of instruments, spanning major, minor, and exotic Forex pairs, as well as CFDs on stocks, indices, commodities, and cryptocurrencies for global clients.

Innovative Technological Enablement

Fxview stands out with its commitment to technology enablement, offering a Trader’s Tool Box, Economic Calendar, Indicator Packages, Trading Calculators, API Trading, and a VPS for high-speed execution. The Trader’s Tool Box includes tools like Alarm Manager, Correlation Matrix, and Correlation Trader, providing real-time data for informed decision-making.

Tajinder Virk, Finvasia Group CEO, highlighted, “Technology enablement is one of our mandates. We believe traders should boost their trading experience and analyze market opportunities based on comprehensive, real-time data. We are glad to empower South African traders through technology.”

Robust ECN Environment

Fxview’s ECN environment contributes to razor-thin spreads and optimal bid-ask pricing across all asset classes. With an investment banking license from the FSC Mauritius, Fxview serves as a top-tier liquidity provider and prime broker under the Finvasia Group.

Recognition and Commitment to Excellence

Fxview’s active presence in South Africa includes sponsorship of the Finance Magnates Africa Summit (FMAS:23) and winning “Best Multi-Asset Broker Africa” at the Financial Achievements in Markets Excellency (FAME) Awards. These accolades underscore Fxview’s dedication to excellence and innovation in South Africa’s financial landscape.


  1. A. Nangara (23 March 2023). The Exchange Africa. Current state of Online Forex Trading in Africa.
  2. BusinessLive (29 Oct. 2019). Forex trading in SA: what investors need to know.
  3. A. Nangara (23 March 2023). The Exchange Africa. Current state of Online Forex Trading in Africa.
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