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The fineprint

The sections below outline the policies, terms and agreements associated with TradeDirect365, its business processes and the TD365 trading platform.

We highly recommend reading and understanding this information prior to the registration and undertaking of trading. For further information, please contact us.

Client Agreement

Trading on your CFD account is subject to your acceptance of our Client Agreement, Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Financial Services Guide (FSG).

View Client Agreement

Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)

This notice is provided to you in compliance with ASIC requirements because you are proposing to undertake dealings in financial instruments in the form of CFD trades with a firm which is carrying on investment business as a CFD provider.

View Product Disclosure Statement.

Financial Services Guide (FSG)

The FSG sets out the services that we offer you and provides important information such as the fees that we charge you, how you contact us and how you make a complaint.

View Financial Services Guide.

Risk Disclosure Notice

Before you start trading with Finsa Pty Limited, you must carefully consider whether trading in CFDs is appropriate for you, based on your personal circumstances, financial objectives, financial needs and trading experience.

CFD Products are speculative products which are not suitable for all investors. CFD Products are leveraged investments and by investing in them you are exposed to much greater risk of financial loss than other types of conventional investments such as share trading. You may incur a loss which is far greater than the amount you invest. In deciding whether to trade in such instruments you should be aware of the points in the following Risk Disclosure Notice:

View Risk Disclosure Notice

Regulatory Benchmark Disclosure

ASIC Benchmarks: Disclosures to tell you

ASIC has released a Regulatory Guide (RG) 227: Over-the-counter contracts for difference: Improving disclosure for retail investors, which requires CFD providers to disclose whether they comply with seven benchmarks on an ‘if not, why not’ basis.

View a snapshot of FINSA’s compliance to these benchmarks.