Inceptial expands Belarussian FX broker into China and Japan

Rick Steves

“We are fully aware of the needs, customs, aspirations and limitations of the different markets of Asia, after careful research. We look forward to sharing our success with our new Asian partners on this journey.”


Inceptial has announced it is expanding its outreach and focusing on the Far East, the online forex company stated.

As part of this strategy, the FX broker has taken actions to facilitate all its services and infrastructure to the Chinese and Japanese markets.

In order to cater to Chinese and Japanese investors, Inceptial will also adapt is support staff to East Asia’s financial activity hours.

“We are very excited about this step we’re taking. We’ve been working on suiting ourselves to our Asian traders’ needs for several months now, leaving no stone unturned in our efforts to provide nothing but the most optimal services to our valued clients”, said a spokesperson for Inceptial.

“We are fully aware of the needs, customs, aspirations and limitations of the different markets of Asia, after careful research. We look forward to sharing our success with our new Asian partners on this journey.”

The move is driven by the world’s enhanced financial activity in Q3 of 2021 as the global economy recovers from the COVID-19 crisis.

China, specifically, has been at the forefront of the continent’s recovery, which has brought several benefits to traders from across the country.

“At Inceptial we set out on this mission with a clear goal: to put our Chinese users at the center of our strategy as a company. This is part of our vision, from the day of our establishment, that our growth as a business must stem from our customers’ success and ability to flourish as skilled traders.”

Inceptial was founded in 2020 in the middle of the pandemic in a moment in time retail traders flocked to trading platforms as the markets turned volatile, including oil going negative, US stocks skyrocketing in the wake of government intervention, and crypto pushing further higher with Bitcoin still printing new all time highs.

The FX broker is headquartered in Belarus and operates its own proprietary WebTrader and provides access to the popular MetaTrader 4 platform and apps.

Inceptial is a brand of Growth Capital LLC, a Belarussian investment firm regulated by the National Bank of Belarus. VIGOR GROWTH is the Cyprus-based entity in charge of billing clients from the European Union.

Mount Nico LLC is a sister company that is registered and authorized by the Cypriot financial watchdog, CySEC.

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