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Prop Trading FinTech Fintokei expands its footprint in Europe

By Gloria Methri

November 29, 2023

  • Europe
  • FinTech
  • Fintokei
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Fintokei, Japan, Trading, Europe, SwiftTrader, Trading Accounts, FinTechFintokei, the FinTech company transforming the trading education and evaluation landscape in Japan, has announced its expansion into the European market. The move comes as part of the company’s mission to democratize the trading landscape globally, offering unparalleled opportunities to traders worldwide.

A first of its kind in Japan, Fintokei has garnered a reputation for its innovative approach to trading education and its commitment to fostering long-term trading success. The company’s ethos revolves around providing traders, irrespective of their initial capital or experience, with the tools, opportunities, and support they need to thrive.

David Varga, one of the co-founders with over a decade of experience in financial markets and in the regulated investment industry, shared his vision, “Our success in Japan has been just the beginning. Europe, with its diverse and dynamic trading landscape, presents a unique opportunity for Fintokei. We are not just bringing a product; we’re introducing a new way of thinking about trading.”

While the company’s expansion into Europe is newsworthy, Fintokei is also introducing its service, SwiftTrader, to the European audience. SwiftTrader is designed to empower traders, by providing them with access to trading accounts of up to €50,000, instantly.

Additionally, the platform offers educational video courses, certificates for successful traders, and a unique scaling plan that allows traders to increase their trading capital even further, by up to 10 times more.

One of the standout features of SwiftTrader is its profit-sharing model. Traders can earn from day one, with the potential to receive up to 90% of their profits. The platform also offers bi-weekly payouts, ensuring that traders can access their earnings promptly.

Fintokei’s move into Europe is led by extensive market research and insight from the industry. The company is backed by Purple Holding and utilizes the long-lasting experience of the founders from their financial markets business in Europe and worldwide. Fintokei has already established partnerships with key local financial institutions and media and is gearing up for a series of events and workshops to engage with the local trading communities.

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