Grand Capital, an offshore broker of forex and contracts for difference (CFDs), reported on Tuesday it has included new payment options for clients in Indonesia – local banks BNI and Mandiri bank. Local clients can fund their accounts and withdraw funds using either of the two new systems.
With the new additions, the broker offers four Indonesia specific payment methods to its clients in the country, as it already supports both deposits and withdrawals made via Bank Central Asia (BCA) and e-wallet FasaPay.
Traders can fund their accounts in Indonesian rupiahs (IDR) using all four payment providers, as well as in US dollars (USD) via FasaPay. Deposits in INR start from IDR 131,064 for Micro accounts, IDE 1.31 million for Standard accounts, and IDR 13.1 million for ECN accounts.
Grand Capital is based and incorporated in the Seychelles and has offices across Europe and Asia. It is a member of Russia’s Center for Regulation in OTC Financial Instruments and Technologies (CRFIN), a Russian self-regulatory organization, and the Financial Commission (FinaCom), a Hong Kong-based external dispute resolution (EDR) organization.
The broker provides financial, educational and brokerage services and offers trading in forex, binary options and CFDs on stocks, gold, oil, lumber and forex instruments. It provides a few different programs for affiliate partners.