The Japanese forex broker Invast Securities reported operating revenue of JPY 348 million for January 2016 – a record high since August 2015. The sum is around 24% higher in comparison to December 2015. Year-on-year, however, the operating revenue of the broker decreased by 11%.
At the same time the deposits of Invast Securities’ clients in January 2016 amounted to almost JPY 70.8 billion. It is 0.6% less, compared to the preceding month, when the deposits were nearly JPY 71.2 billion. On an annual basis the total deposited margin dropped 1.7%. It is worth noting that January 2015 posted record high deposits, exceeding JPY 72 billion.
Earlier this year Invast Securities reported a total of JPY 4 billion of operating revenue for 2015 – a 19.7% increase year-on-year.
In a financial report published earlier this year, Invast Securities said it intends to launch in the spring of 2016 two new services overseas– CFD based on selecting foreign stocks and TriAutoETF, or ETF focusing on margin transactions.
Invast Group was established in 1960 and is based in Tokyo. It has entities regulated by the Japanese Financial Services Agency (JSFA) in Japan. Its branch in Australia – Invast Financial Services, is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). It is one of the largest multi-asset brokerage firms in Japan, offering forex and CFDs trade.