RoboMarkets launches Labuan-regulated investment bank in Asia

Rick Steves

The investment bank offers 5 different accounts, 7 asset types, over 10,000 investment instruments, and a multilevel affiliate programme.

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RoboMarkets Group has launched an investment bank for Asian clients, operating under Labuan FSA licence No. 210138BI.

RM Investment Bank Ltd, a subsidiary of the RoboMarkets Group, is headquartered in the Financial Park Complex in Labuan and provides clients from Asian countries with a range of investment services, including:

  • 7 asset types and over 10,000 investment instruments
  • 5 account types with competitive investment conditions
  • Cutting-edge investment platforms
  • A multilevel affiliate programme

Dr. Rostyslav Prus, RM Investment Bank Managing Director, commented: “Our company has started the RM Investment Bank, the first licensed investment bank in the RoboMarkets Group, and this makes us very happy. This marks an important milestone in the Group’s history, which will surely help us to expand our business in this jurisdiction. We are very proud of the variety of our services to clients and partners because they are equal in quality for anyone, regardless of investing experience and invested sums”.

It was in 2019 that RoboMarkets Asia opened its regional headquarters in Malaysia after obtaining the Labuan licence for the provision of services to Asian clients.

Continued growth has led RoboMarkets to follow suit and start RM Investment Bank in order to address client demand.

EU-regulated RoboMarkets Pro caters to professional traders

The German-based operation of RoboMarkets has recently launched a business line directed at professional traders who, the broker argues, have been the most neglected customer segment since new ESMA regulations came into effect in 2018 and forced many traders to go offshore.

RoboMarkets believes that some traders moved offshore because they had no other choice, as they did not meet the criteria to be classified as professionals, while others who went offshore had to work much more actively than the EU-regulated ones due to the general trends in the market.

The general recovery of the economy and the rise in asset prices fueled the growth of investor portfolios, which have become comparable to professional ones, thus requiring a new approach to the provision of services. Hence the launch of RoboMarkets Pro.

The BaFin-regulated broker caters to all professional clients in the European Union and provides them with special conditions for some assets, including DE40, stocks, currency pairs, and over 12,000 other instruments to invest in with leverage up to 1:300.

RoboMarkets Pro will focus on working with professional clients who are interested in cooperating with an EU-regulated broker that provides specific products and trading conditions, as well as free swaps until the end of 2022 and many other tools for professional traders.

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