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Deposit and withdraw at Grand Capital via Bank Windhoek

We’re pleased to announce that our range of deposit and withdrawal methods has expanded. Now residents of Namibia can make deposits and withdrawals on their trading accounts through Bank Windhoek.

Why it’s profitable to trade with Grand Capital:

  • Reliability — deposit into your account via a local bank;
  • Profit — get access to a private traders’ chatroom;
  • Quality of execution;
  • Extra liquidity — the broker offers a 40% bonus.

Deposit

Sergey Kozlovsky, Vice President at Grand Capital:

“Due to the expansion of our company in the region, we want to provide secure and comfortable conditions to traders in Namibia. That’s why we’re launching a local branch, Grand Capital representative office in Windhoek.”

To receive a 40% bonus:

  1. Open a Standard account;

  2. Go to your Private Office and select Bank Windhoek or FNB as the payment option;   

  3. Deposit at least $100;

  4. As soon as the funds are transferred to your account, go to Promotions and Bonuses section of your Private Office, choose Any Deposit Bonus, select your trading account and click Get Bonus. Bonus funds will be transferred to your account. You can also contact your manager to learn the details.

Deposit

As an alternative, you can use these deposit options:

See all payment methods in the deposit/withdrawal option on our website.

Grand Capital organizes educational events in Namibia and South Africa annually. Earlier this month, two major financial forums took place in Namibia and South Africa. Learn about them on our website and Instagram.

Office address: Independence Ave Grimms street, Tre office suite, 1st Street, office no. 34, Windhoek, Namibia.

Phone: +264812266799

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Grand Capital works only with trusted providers and offers reliable trading conditions. Bank Windhoek was founded in 1982 and has numerous branches in Namibia.

Bank Windhoek is the second African bank to enter a partnership with Grand Capital. Previously we started cooperating with FNB, a major South African bank that was founded in 1838.

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