Titan FX Limited is a New Zealand Registered Financial Services Provider
We chose New Zealand as the headquarters of our global company for many reasons:
- New Zealand is known for its stable, robust economy and good international relations with major world powers.
- New Zealand is a full member of the UN, OCED and APEC as well as other international organisations.
- New Zealand has an open economy that works on free market principles.
To view our New Zealand company registration please click here.
Financial Services Provider Registration
Titan FX Limited is registered as a New Zealand Financial Services Provider (NZFSP). Titan FX NZFSP registration includes “Trading financial products or foreign exchange on behalf of other persons”.
Titan FX Limited holds Financial Services Provider number FSP388647. To view our NZFSP registration please click here.
ISO Scheme Membership
Titan FX is a member of the New Zealand ISO scheme. Should you have a complaint about the services that we provide that we are unable to resolve to your satisfaction you may contact the Insurance and Savings Ombudsman.
Insurance & Savings Ombudsman Scheme Level 11, 15-17 Murphy Street, Wellington 6011
New Zealand Economic Stability
New Zealand’s economy is closely tied to Australia’s, and both held up better than most during the global financial crisis. The downside to this resilience in the economy is that the New Zealand dollar has appreciated – Forbes
New Zealand’s independent central bank, the Reserve Bank, works to maintain price stability and a low inflation, stable economic environment for New Zealand. The country’s long term currency rating is constantly in the very high range, fluctuating between AA and AAA. This shows the strength and credit-worthiness of the country.
New Zealand Government Policy
New Zealand is a democracy. The current government, lead by the National Party, drive the economy forward with these key policies:
- A growth-enhancing tax system
- Better public services
- Support for science, innovation and trade
- Better regulation, including regulation around natural resources
- Investment in infrastructure
- Improved education and skills