Newcent was established in April 2018 as a public limited company. Our business is subject to Swiss law and we participate in the Swiss self-regulated organization, VQF. Our registered office and headquarters are located in Zug, Switzerland.
We work with qualified investors only and perform diligent KYC/AML checks to ensure strict compliance with regulatory requirements.
The provision of liquidity is of paramount importance to our brokerage customers. In order to offer the most profitable options, we have secured access to several independent sources of liquidity, including; crypto-currency exchanges, large OTC networks, miners and ICO teams.
We cooperate exclusively with well-known exchanges and we are a member of the VQF, the self-regulatory organization, which is subject to Swiss law. This ensures total compliance with the Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti Money Laundering (AML) legislation, providing peace of mind for our clients.
We provide a clear, easy to use and highly secure client interface. Our clients can remotely access our broker services and dedicated customer support, worldwide, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We will always offer fair and reasonable transaction fees. We achieve this through our substantial investments in efficient trading algorithms, which allow us to get the best deals and quickly identify accessible liquidity pools.
Fiat currencies are securely stored in accounts at our partner banks in trustworthy destinations (e.g. Switzerland, Germany, Liechtenstein).
The NEWCENT headquarters are located in Zug, Switzerland and we also have a representative office in Moscow, Russia.
Our location in Switzerland together with our legal status in this country is highly important to our value proposition. This enables our clients to benefit from the trust and reliability associatedwith the Swiss financial system, which is widely recognised for its integrity, transparency and discipline.
The Swiss Financial Services Standards Association (VQF) is a self-regulated organization (SRO) that is officially recognized by the Swiss Federal Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). The VQF is obliged to supervise its members with regard to the combating of money laundering and the prevention of the financing of terrorism.