TRADE.com enters United States as brokerage obtains license from FINRA

Rick Steves

“We intend to be fully operational as a brokerage house in the U.S. by the end of H1 2023 and look forward to forging long term relationships with new business partners and clients.”

London-based Trade Capital Holding Ltd (TCH) has announced that its U.S. subsidiary, Trade Capital Markets North America LLC, has been granted a broker-dealer license by FINRA to operate in the United States.

The milestone move will see TCH evolving into a truly global group. Founded in 2014, the brokerage company provides liquidity and secure access to trading platforms for professional and retail clients.

TRADE.com brand enters the United States

The FINRA license will enable Trade Capital Group to bring the TRADE.com brand to the United States and provide its services to the largest and most sophisticated financial markets in the world. The group has plans to introduce new proprietary trading technologies for customers in 2023.

Roei Gavish, CEO of Trade Capital, commented: “Being present in the U.S. will enable Trade Capital Holding to be at the forefront of developments in financial markets which will benefit our clients across the world. We intend to be fully operational as a brokerage house in the U.S. by the end of H1 2023 and look forward to forging long term relationships with new business partners and clients. 2023 is going to be a pivotal year for us with many exciting plans in the pipeline.”

Multi-assset broker plans to expand to Italy and India

The group offers multi-asset brokerage including leveraged trading of over 2000 assets, share trading with over 120 exchanges, asset management and crypto trading. Its global investment network has been built on foundations of offering transparency in cost structure and ensuring customer safety through regulation.

The broker’s liquidity is provided through Global Banks, Prime Brokers, and other Market Makers to obtain the best prices for its clients in various assets.

TCH is spread across the globe, from Europe to South Africa to Asia, with authorizations and licenses by the FCA in the UK, CySEC in Cyprus, the DED in Dubai, UAE, the FSCA in South Africa, the CNMV in Spain, and now, FINRA in the United States of America.

Besides the U.S., it is also anticipating expansion into Italy and India shortly. The group’s regulatory footprint provides stability and diversification and assures customers of its deeply rooted belief in providing transparent, regulated investment services.

 

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