BrokerCreditService (Cyprus) Limited is a Cypriot investment company regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission ("CySEC"), Authorisation #048/04. BrokerCreditService (Cyprus) Limited ("BCS Cyprus" or "the Company") was incorporated in Cyprus on 7 December 2004, Registration Number HE 154856. As of November 2005 the Company is the London Stock Exchange member, Member ID BRCRCY21. Since the Company’s incorporation its main objective was the provision of financial services.
The Company provides DMA equity and derivatives brokerage services on RTS (Russia), MICEX (Russia) and LSE and the world major exchanges (AMEX, NASDAQ, NYSE, CME/CBOT, Eurex, Euronext, LIFFE, XETRA).
BCS Cyprus provides brokerage service on the FOREX market in relation to the following Financial Instruments: 28 currency pairs, Gold and Silver.
The clients can place stock market orders:
- by phone (telephone calls may be recorded for security and quality purposes);
- on-line, using QUIK or BCS-Laser trading systems for trading with equities and derivatives,
- on-line using BCS Trade Station — Meta Trader 4 — for FOREX trading.
BCS Cyprus assists its clients in trading a wide variety of financial investment aimed at helping clients to find the investment that better suits their needs in terms of possible risk/reward.
All of BCS Cyprus activities are governed and regulated by CySEC to ensure accountability and compliance with all aspects of legal regulation.
Under section 6(9)(b) of Law 144(I)/2007BCS has received the permission of the CySEC to perform other activities and specifically to provide the services of reception-transmission and execution of orders in respect to Foreign Exchange Spot Trading.
Memorandum and Articles of Association
Certificate of Incorporation January 2013
Certificate of Directors and Secretary January 2013
Certificate of Shareholders January 2013
Certificate of Address January 2013
Certificate of Good Standing June 2012
Tax Residence Certificate 2013
BCS Cyprus License issued by Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission