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ABOUT US

BeztForex (Pty) Ltd is a Foreign Exchange Intermediary Company. We provide a wide spectrum of Foreign Exchange and Banking Solutions to Importers, Exporters & Investors in South Africa.

Our small team of highly skilled and experienced representatives will assist you with all your cross border foreign exchange and offshore investment requirements. The purpose of our existence is to help businesses and individuals involved in global trade and investments to become more competitive.

Our target markets:

Companies in South Africa involved in Imports, Exports and Investments.

Offshore companies investing in South African companies through loan funding or equity investment.

Private individuals emigrating, investing abroad or receiving inheritances.

OUR MAIN PURPOSE IS TO HELP ORGANIZATIONS & INDIVIDUALS TO BECOME MORE COMPETITIVE IN GLOBAL TRADE.

 

EXPERIENCE AND ACCREDITATIONS

Registered SA Company - 2012/012722/07

120+ years' experience in International Banking and all aspects of imports and exports

An Authorized Financial Services Provider with the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) – FSP 44383

All our specialists are registered Financial Representatives with the FSCA – www.fsca.co.za

Registered with the South African Reserve Bank as a foreign exchange intermediary company

• Accredited by the Franchise Association of South Africa as the only Foreign Exchange and Banking Franchise in South Africa.

Accredited Sasfin Bank | Mercantile Bank | Investec Bank | GroBank - Business Introducer  & Foreign Exchange Intermediary

 

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BeztForex (PTY) Ltd

1 Ligthelm Place

Meyersdal, Alberton

Johannesburg

1447

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An Authorised Financial Service Provider - FSP 44383

BeztForex (Pty) Ltd is a Registered SA Company - 2012/012722/07