What is transparency e-pact?

Transparency e-pact is the transparency of brokerage companies towards potential clients! The companies agree to display sensitive data on transparency in Ifinma.

If companies are heavily influenced and have previously disclosed their data to the relevant state entities, Ifinma collects this data and makes it more accessible to the public!

e-pact is a guarantee for the client and the right choice of brokerage company. e-pact is an opportunity to inform all those who do not want to fall prey to fraud.

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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