Customer Fund Protection
Customer Fund Protection


AUGS Markets Pty Ltd ("AUGS") is registered in Sydney, Australia, with an Australian registration number 50143294660 and Australian Financial Services License 374686.

As an Australian Financial Services Licensee, AUGS has obligations under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), the Corporations Regulations 2001 (Cth), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 (Cth) and other additional regulations as prescribed by the law or by regulators from time to time.

Customer Funds Segregation

The funds of all our clients are segregated from AUGS funds and are kept separately in some of the world’s leading banks. AUGS has also established trust guarantees with these banks specifying that customer funds are to be segregated from bank assets and not used for investment operations.

Safe and Convenient Withdrawal

AUGS understands the importance of safe and convenient withdrawals for customers. In order to minimize the opportunity of money laundering through foreign exchange transaction, we do not accept the deposit and withdrawal submission from third parties, the source of funds must always be consistent with the name of the account owner.

Convenient withdrawal process: the withdrawal process is completed by submitting a withdrawal slip, and the streamlined operation improves the efficiency of deposits and withdrawals.

Risk Control Security: To ensure that your funds can be returned safely and accurately, we perform strict financial audits on each withdrawal.

One-to-one service specialist: AUGS's customer service specialists will help you complete the deposit and withdrawal process as soon as possible through email or phone.

Multiple Deposit and Withdrawal Methods: You can deposit funds into your trading account by credit or debit card, USD wire transfer, RMB, etc.

Regulation
  • AUGS MARKETS PTY LTD

  • Australian Company Number

    ACN 143 294 660
    ABN 50 143 294 660

  • Australian Financial Services License

    374686

As an Australian Financial Services Licensee, AUGS has obligations under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), the Corporations Regulations 2001 (Cth), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 (Cth) and other additional regulations as prescribed by the law or by regulators from time to time.