Reason for this visit
Recently, investors have given feedback that they want to have more information about the brokers in Taiwan. To meet their demand, the survey team this time visited Fubon International in Taiwan, China.
According to the regulatory information, the office of Fubon International is located at 3/F, 9 Xiangyang Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. The survey team thus decided to have an on-site visit to this regulatory address for confirmation.
The survey team followed the regulatory address and arrived at Fubon Chengzhong Building at 9 Xiangyang Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. As the data showed, the broker Fubon International was running business on the 3rd floor of the building.
Outside the building, the team only saw the logo of Fubon Bank, but did not find the logo or name of Fubon International. Similarly on the directory of lobby, they only found the logo of Fubon Futures.
To further confirm whether the broker operates here, the team came to the 3rd floor, where there was the office of Fubon Futures. It seemed that there was no correlation between Fubon International and Fubon Futures. The reason was that Fubon Futures did not operate foreign exchange margin business in Taiwan, nor does it use MT4/MT5 trading software. It was possible that Fubon International intentionally used the Fubon brand to confuse investors.
The survey team made an on-site visit to the broker Fubon International in Taiwan, China. However, the office at the regulatory address was found belonged to Fubon Futures. It seemed that there was no correlation between Fubon International and Fubon Futures. It was possible that the broker intentionally used the Fubon brand. In other words, there was no office of Fubon International at the address included in the regulatory information. Thorough consideration is suggested for making any choice.
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