Risk warning: Trading is risky. Your capital is at risk. Exinity Limited is regulated by FSC (Mauritius).
Risk warning: Trading is risky. Your capital is at risk. Exinity Limited is regulated by FSC (Mauritius).

Clients’ safety of funds

Exinity Limited provides its services to over 1 million clients in 195 countries around the world. We always strictly abide by the regulations, highly emphasizing our clients’ fund safety and security and the protection of our clients’ and their investment is our primary concern. We are committed to create a safe and reliable trading environment for all our clients.

International Regulation

Exinity Limited is regulated by the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius with license number C113012295.. We’re trusted by traders worldwide as their funds are segregated in independent bank accounts, ensuring real peace of mind.

Segregated Funds

Clients’ funds are segregated completely from the operational funds of the company and kept in top-tier EU banks. Exinity Limited will not use Customers’ funds in its operation or any other investment, ensuring their protection at all times.

Bank Partnerships

Exinity Limited has established partnerships with several banks. Please see our Deposits & Withdrawals page for more detailed information.

Encryption Technique

Exinity Limited adopt the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) network security protocol to guarantee a secure connection in all communications with our clients, protect customers during their transactions with the company and keep all customer information private.

  1. User identification and server authentication policies, ensure the data is sent to the right customer terminal and server.
  2. Data transmission is encrypted to prevent data theft and unauthorized access by third parties.
  3. Keep data integrity and ensure that all data remains unchanged during transmission.

We have sound financial condition and keep transparent information practices

Exinity Limited is committed to providing complete transparency. We meet strict financial standards and are required to report periodically to our regulators.

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