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CFI launches London Branch



الإعتماد المالي انفست (CFI) ليميتد المعروفة سابقاً CFI ماركتس

لم الإعتماد المالي انفست (CFI) ليميتد ؟

• مؤسسة مالية مرخصة من الإتحاد الاوروبي
• شروط تجارية مثيرة للاهتمام
• دعم مهني وجدير بالثقة
• تنفيذ عادل
• تأكيدات للطلبات فائقة السرعة
• إيداع سهل وسحب سريع
• سيولة متوفرة بكثرة
• رافعة مالية قابلة للتعديل.
• منصة حائزة على جائزة عالمية قابلة للدخول اليها عبر الحاسوب و الموبايل
• ازواج متعددة من الفوركس و ال CFD

إيداع الاموال

نقوم بتقديم مجموعة من الطرق لإيداع الأموال :
• بسرعة
• بسهولة
• بطريقة آمنة






المنصات

ميتاتريدر 4 هو منصة لتداول العملات الأجنبية وعقود الفروقات.

الملايين من المتداولين يختارون منصة ميتاتريدر 4 للتداول في الأسواق.

منصة تسمح للمستخدم برمجة المؤشرات بسهولة والمستشارين الخبراء لتحليل الأسواق المالية وإشارات التداول فضلا عن تطبيقات التداول المحمول

الشراكة

يمكن القول أن الإعتماد المالي انفست (CFI) ليميتد يجلب لك أفضل حلول الشراكة المتاحة في السوق. كجزء من حزمة كاملة للخدمات، فإنك لن تحصل فقط على كل التكنولوجيا المتطورة للمنصات، ولكن ستستفيد أيضا من السيولة من الدرجة الأولى





نبذة عن الشركة

الإعتماد المالي انفست (CFI) ليميتد المحدودة هي مؤسسة مالية رائدة تقدم خدمات متفوقة في تجارة ال FX وال CFD عبر الإنترنت للعملاء من الأفراد والمؤسسات في جميع أنحاء العالم. وتتمركز الشركة في قبرص تحت رقم التسجيل HE 303814.

تخضع الإعتماد المالي انفست (CFI) ليميتد المحدودة بشكل كامل لتنظيم لجنة الاوراق المالية وبورصة قبرص تحت رقم الرخصة 179/12 وهي مسجلة أيضا في الهيئة الاتحادية للجمارك تحت رقم 602588 وفي هيئة الرقابة المالية الاتحادية تحت رقم 1338881. وعلاوة على ذلك، فإن الشركة هي عضو في صندوق التعويضات للمستثمر "ICF "و" ACIIF " وهي جزء من مجموعة CFI المحدودة.

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   لقد قرأت ووافقت على شروط وأحكام الحساب التّجريبي الإعتماد المالي انفست (CFI) ليميتد، وأوافق على تلقي إتصال من الشركة عبر الهاتف أو البريد الإلكتروني لتزويدي بمعلومات عن منصّة التّداول. الحساب التجريبي لا يضمن قبول فتح الحساب.



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