New Grand Capital office opened in Namibia

Grand Capital is a company that strives to be closer to our clients, and it’s very important for traders to get timely advice from trained professionals. We continue to earn the trust of our clients in Africa, and today we’re pleased to announce that Namibian traders can now find assistance in our new office in the country.

Goutam Das, Director of Development in Africa:

“Grand Capital offers transparent trading conditions, the company has been on the market for more than 13 years and provides clients with only the most reliable trading platforms. Speaking of trust, we believe that traders should be able to consult with us personally, because it’s very easy to become a victim of scammers on the web. Experts working in the new Grand Capital office are ready to answer all your trading-related questions and train you.”

Some of the services provided in the new office:

  • selecting the most suitable account type and product for trading or investing;
  • assistance with a deposit of withdrawal of funds.
  • joining our affiliate program;
  • starting with copy trading and more.

Office contacts:

Address: Maerua mall, 62-64 Centaurus Road, Windhoek, Namibia

Phone: 264812266799

The office is headed by Helena Nyau

Email: [email protected]


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