By Edlyn Cardoza
- Financial assets
- Financial services
Hantec Financial, under Hantec Group, has officially announced its ongoing global expansion into Rwanda. Hantec offers its prestigious financial services and opens the door to new global business opportunities.
Hantec, with over 30 years of experience and authorized with 12 regulatory licenses, is constantly exploring opportunities to expand its business into new markets. The group is now present in 19 cities across 14 countries around the world, covering Greater China, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Australia, UK, Europe, South America, the Middle East, Africa, etc. Also offers a variety of financial assets including forex, CFDs, commodities, indices and US stocks with competitive spread and leverage.
Hantec Financial, as a trusted financial services provider, believes in the power of technology to protect client assets and improve service levels. It constantly optimizes its platform by following market developments and adapting to investor preferences.
The team has obtained ISO 27001 and ISO 20000 international certifications. It ensures that Hantec Financial meets the international level of security in protecting clients’ assets and provides investors with a smooth, stable and safe trading experience.
“Expanding our presence in Rwanda and the rest of Africa allows us to provide more international business opportunities to our valued customers,” said Freddy Lau, CEO of Hantec Group. Hantec Financial is also developing a highly localized approach by cultivating local teams and embedding local culture into its operations, to serve investors and customers around the world.
Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Hong Kong and facing the global market, Hantec Markets is a cross-regional company providing service-oriented professional financial services to global clients. With the continuous business expansion and growing number of customers, the Group has established a presence in 14 countries and 19 cities and holds 12 authoritative regulatory licenses in Greater China, Thailand, Japan, Australia, Europe, South America, the Middle East, and Africa.
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