WorldFirst is an international payments company born back in 2004 by two innovators in a South London basement.
The company claims that it is “armed with ten years of banking experience and an entrepreneurial spirit”, and has a tenet to “provide customers a real alternative to the big banks”.
WorldFirst has a team of 600 people and has more than 400,000 global customers; currently 150,000 global businesses choose WorldFirst for their international transfers. The company has transferred £70 Billion for its customers since established.
According to the address registered with its regulator, WorldFirst had its head office at Level 7, 33 York Street, Sydney. WikiFX sent its survey staff there for a field investigation.
According to the address, WikiFX’s surveyors found this relatively modern office building.
The surveyors went in, and learned that WorldFirst was indeed based on the 7th Floor of this building, as was indicated by its registered address information.
The surveyor then took an elevator to Level 7 and saw the broker’s logo “WORLDFIRST” on a wooden wall. The red logo is very beautiful, leaving a deep impression on the survey staff. The company’s office was just behind this wall.
The company does not use MT4/5 as its trading software.
A field survey confirmed that WorldFirst’s actual address was consistent with that registered with its regulator. The company claims to hold a full license from the Australia ASIC (331945) and a payment license from the UK FCA (900508). We believe the company takes compliance with relative regulations and laws, and it will be safe for investors to invest with them.
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World First Pty Ltd
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