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Henyep Group, a major company in capital markets trading, said it has rebranded its UAE-oriented operations located in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) to Henyep Capital Markets (DIFC) Ltd. (HYCM DIFC).
The company offers trading in forex and CFDs on metals, commodities, energies, global indices and international equities via the MetaTrader4 platform. HYCM DIFC was formerly known as Henyep Investment Bank Limited. It is regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA). HYCM DIFC holds a category 4 license with a ‘Retail’ endorsement and is not authorized to hold client assets or client money. All clients of the company are also clients of another division – Henyep Investment, which holds the money in segregated accounts and is regulated by UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
“HYCM DIFC has now entered its 10-th year of successful operations within the DIFC; at this important milestone, and to further consolidate the Company’s position as a leading broker for retail clients, we have changed our name to reflect the global nature of our operations and breadth of financial products we offer,” said Roger Bach, SEO of the company.
He noted 2015 was a very successful year for HYCM DIFC, without specifying. “Henyep’s investment in technology allows investors to trade all global capital markets from a single integrated account; as a leading trading platform provider we ensure that we incorporate the latest technological advances into our platform for the benefit of our clients. In 2016, we plan to launch a host of new services including an upgraded mobile trading experience”, he added.
The parent company, Henyep Group, was set up 35 years ago. Its capital markets division – Henyep Capital Markets has headquarters in the UK and is regulated by the FCA. Recently it has launched the Piptrade trading platform, specializing in spread trading.
Henyep Securities Limited is located in Hong Kong and is regulated by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).