FP Markets, founded in Australia in 2005, is one of the first Australian brokerages to qualify for ASIC AFSL licences (AFSL licence no. 286354).
According to its claim, the company is committed to creating a one-stop trading platform where traders can trade products, including global equities, foreign exchange, indices, commodities, futures, bitcoin and CFDs, of major global exchanges.
The inspection team came to 10 Bridge Street and found the office building.
The team took the lift to the 5th floor and the sign said FP Markets at 502.
The team came to room 502 and clearly saw the Logo of FP Markets. There were many offices. The big screen in the back showed the quotation of foreign exchange.
The inspection team visited in person the location of FP Markets in Australia to find that it is a real existent company.
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