In recent, many surveyors made telephone calls to complain they couldn’t access to Halifax’s official website and express their hope for to visit to the Australia licensed broker. In order to help investors learn about the broker’s real situation, the surveyor went to the office building indicated by the regulation information to know what happened according to the surveyors’ inspection scedule.
According to the regulation information, the Australia licensed broker Halifax was located at Governor Phillip Tower' Level 49, 1 Farrer Place Sdyney NSW 2000. The surveyor decided to visit the broker.The broker’s license has been canceled by now.
The surveyor found the building indicated by the regulation information at the junction of Young St and Bent St with ease.
The large-scaled office building was new.
The surveyor entered the office building and found Halifax had an office on the 49th floor after reading the floor guide crowded with many names of financial companies carefully. Then the surveyor took the elevator to the 49th floor and knew from the company directory on the wall that some of Halifax’s employees worked in Room4909.
However the surveyor didn’t see Halifax’s logo when walking to the entrance of Room4909.
People in the office could be seen through the transparent glass door, but the broker’s logo was unable to see. Thus, whether the office belonged to the broker or not was unknown.
It was confirmed after the surveyor’s inspection that the real address of Halifax’s office in Australia was the same with its regulation address.The broker was a holder of a full license (RN:225973) issued by ASIC and the license has been canceled by now.The broker’s full license (RN225973) issued by ASIC has been revoked and it holds a STP license (RN:146605) issued by FMA, but since it was indicated by Halifax’s NFA-UNFX license (RN: 0479264), the broker operated beyond its licensed business scope. please be wary of the broker.
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