Freestoxx and Freefutures are brand names and services of the award-winning broker WH SelfInvest*. This esteemed financial institution has been serving retail clients since 1998. WH SelfInvest has offices in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Germany.
is licensed by demanding regulators.
is a consistent winner of prestigious awards.
is known for its exceptional order execution and legendary service.
has offices in six European countries.
serves retail investors since 1998.
Both Freestoxx and Freefutures are commission-free trading services.
All client assets are segregated and deposited in quality banks. These depository banks are members of their local asset protection schemes. The peace of mind and the safety of your funds provided by WH SelfInvest is above the industry average.
Currently, we only open accounts for individuals whose official address is in the EU or Switzerland. Account balances do not receive an interest. Funding the account can be done by money transfer to a 'client assets' account held at the depository banks. An incoming transfer is free of charge. Due to regulatory requirements WH SelfInvest will only accept transfers coming from a bank account, which is in the account holder's name and in the country where the account holder has his official address. Transfers from third parties, including family members, cannot be accepted. The money will automatically be posted to your account.
We only charge fair and reasonable fees
* WH SelfInvest S.A., founded in 1998, has a broker license (no. 42798), a commissionaire license (no. 36399) and an asset management license (no. 1806) issued by the Luxembourg Ministry of Finance. The company is supervised by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF). Based on its European passport, the company has a representative office in Belgium which is also subject to the supervision of the Financial Services and Market Authority (FSMA), a representative office in the Netherlands which is also subject to the supervision of the Financial Markets Authority (AFM), a branch office in France which is also subject to the supervision of the 'Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution' (ACPR) and the 'Banque de France', a branch office in Germany which is also subject to the supervision of the 'Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht' (BAFIN). In addition WH SelfInvest has a representative office in Switzerland, which is also subjected to the supervision of the "Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority" (FINMA), and, based on the European passport, representative offices in Belgium and the Netherlands, which were notified to the relevant competent authorities in these countries.
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