Your capital is at risk. Losses can exceed your deposits.
Why choose Capstone prime
A fully regulated FX broker
Capstone Prime is a Trading name of Black Pearl Securities Ltd which is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Registration No. 688456 with additional protection of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) on client losses up to £50,000.
Segregated client funds with top tier-1 banks
In accordance with CASS (Client Asset Sourcebook) of the FCA, Capstone prime segregates all its client funds from company funds. All its client funds are held with top tier-1 banks.
Competitive trading conditions
Capstone prime optimizes spreads as well as liquidity from 20+ top tier-1 banks and ECN venues with lower trading costs and better order execution to our clients.
Unparalleled trading experience
Capstone prime is 100% DMA and STP all client orders to interbank market and therefore we have no conflict with client interests. Capstone takes pride in realtime market execution, no requotes and no rejections.
Secure, convenient deposits and withdrawals
Capstone prime usually deposits funds within a hour via CUP (China Union Pay) and for withdrawals, it takes only 1-2 working days for us to process the requests and for clients to receive their funds, which is supported by CUP as well.
Customised services and win-win relationships
Capstone prime not only tailors account types according to client trading styles but also provide bespoke support to your trading facilities including VPS hosting, FIX API etc.
Furthermore, Capstone prime is very pleased to share our experiences and resources in business models and development in order to seek a win-win situation.
Capstone prime works with the following AA credit rating top tier-1
banks to ensure the security and segregation of client funds:
Natwest Group was founded in 1968, and is one of the largest bank group with the highest quality capital in the world. As of 30 June 1997, the group has had a total asset of ₤206.1 billion, a total capital of ₤11.9 billion and a pre-tax profit of ₤775 million. In 1999, Its revenue was ₤19,480.7 million.
The history of Natwest bank group can be dated back to the 17th century. Today’s bank group was merged by three famous banks of England, and operated fully in 1 January 1970. In 2000, It was acquired by RBS group—one of the largest bank group in the world with total assets up to US$2.4 trillion in 2008 and becomes one of its subsidiaries. The group is headquartered in London, and its 71,000 employees are distributed in 35 countries in the world.