Grand Capital has expanded the range of deposit/withdrawal methods. Now our South African clients can deposit through FNB South Africa without any intermediaries. All operations are carried out in the local currency, South African Rand (ZAR). EUR/ZAR and USD/ZAR currency pairs are also available for trading.
Goutam Das, international development manager:
“Grand Capital now allows traders from South Africa to make deposits to their trading accounts and withdraw their profit in the local currency, South African Rand. Not only it will cut the currency conversion costs and make entering exchanges easier, but also will allow keeping the funds in the national currency and inside the country.”
- Select the desired payment method in Deposit/Withdrawal section;
- Choose an account for depositing in your Private Office and enter the amount;
- You will be redirected to the payment page;
- Follow the instructions.
The funds will be transferred within the period of 3–5 days.
The commission rate is set by the bank.
Having been founded in 1838, FNB (First National Bank) is South Africa’s oldest bank. The company’s head office is in Johannesburg. FNB Bank is one of the leading banks in Africa, it’s a recipient of multiple awards for outstanding achievements in the banking sector.
Learn about other deposit methods available at Grand Grand Capital here.
Grand Capital team