FBS got a license in RSA and Australia

One more great achievement FBS is now licensed by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission ASIC and the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act FAIS. FBS is an international broker with more than 190 countries of presence. The company always protects the clients interests. From now on, this process has become even more transparent. ASIC and FAIS licenses guarantee secure trading for FBS clients in Australia and the Republic of South Africa RSA. This event is one more step to our common goal safe and reliable trading around the world. It is an honor for us to work with such devoted clients as you. We want you to feel protected 247 and make your trading experience as convenient as possible. Thank you for your trust together we will keep achieving new heights.


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