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Russia-based forex brokerage Alpari said on Friday it has started accepting deposit payments in Kazakhstani tenge (KZT) via Visa and MasterCard bank cards. The broker will charge a transfer fee of 1.8% of the deposited amount for cards issued by Sberbank’s Kazakhstani unit and 2.8% for all other cards.
According to data published on the broker’s website, KZT deposits are also available through bank transfers, as well as Kassa24 and APlat online payment systems. For bank transfers the the broker does not charge transaction fees, while clients who use the two e-payments have to pay a fee equal to 3% of the transferred amount, and those who chose Kassa24 will have to pay additional 1% terminal commission.
In addition to KZT, Alpari’s clients can also fund their accounts in Euro (EUR), US dollars (USD), Russian ruble (RUB), and Belarusian ruble (BYR).
The Russia-based broker offers trading in forex, metals, and contracts for difference (CFDs), and binary options. It supports the platforms MetaTrader 4 (MT4), MetaTrader 5 (MT5), and BinaryTrader. It is the largest forex broker in Russia in terms of both active accounts and trading volumes with an average monthly value of $90 billion in 2015.
Alpari has offices in Russia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Mauritius, and the UAE.
The brokerage house includes companies registered with and regulated by the relevant authorities in Belize and Mauritius. It has also applied through Alpari Forex for a license in Russia. The broker is a member of the Russian self-regulatory organization Centre for Regulation in OTC Financial Instruments and Technologies (CRFIN) and external dispute resolution (EDR) organization Financial Commission (FinaCom).