What is an Ifinma number?

Ifinma offers the possibility of transparency between companies and customers. The information available online is often compromised! All companies that want maximum transparency with their customers are invited to apply to apply for the Ifinma Identification Number!

The procedure for obtaining an Ifinma Identification Number lasts from 10 to 90 business days, depending on the frequency of requests!

This procedure, in detail, requires all the data of the companies providing the brokerage service!

The data provided by the companies is made public to all users of these services!

Ifinma, invites all companies interested in being transparent with the public, to apply for the opportunity to display some sensitive data with their approval!

So, an Ifinma number, it’s a company-client transparency e-pact!

If you would like to start the registration procedure now please click here!

Please upload in the procedure, all original documents by scanning!

The authenticity of the uploaded documents can lead you to criminal liability in case of manipulation!
Ifinma.com strives to be transparent with interested customers, based on your documentation!
The verification procedure lasts from 10 days to 90 business days!

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