Pacific Financial Derivatives Ltd (PFD), a New Zealand registered company bearing # 973842, is 100% beneficially owned and controlled by a Japanese investor, who has rich experience in running similar large derivative institutions in Japan. The Japanese investor brought in and implemented Japanese advanced Trading Technology.
The company was initially authorized in 1999 by the former Securities Commission as an Authorized Introducing Broker with the NZ Futures & Options Exchange and then as an NZX Futures & Options Participant Firm until NZX ceased oversight of F&O participants in Sept 2011. In 2011, the Financial Markets Authority accredited the Company as an Authorized Futures Dealer.
PFD offers world-class brokerage services and trading platforms for trading in Spot Foreign Exchange, Spot Metals, Spot Oil, Commodities, CFDs, Indices and deals in Futures CFD Contracts for small, medium and large investors and market participants across the globe. PFD has a blend of the best-in-class trading technology platforms, hassle-free trading execution and exceptional customer service. Based in Auckland, the financial centre of New Zealand where the financial market opens first in the world, PFD is the logical choice when looking for a broker of high end performance with a personal approach.
New Zealand remains well placed among the world's highly rated sovereign credits, with its creditworthiness supported by moderate public indebtedness, fiscal prudence, and strong public institutions.
New Zealand has developed a sophisticated, unrestrictive business environment that competes aggressively in world markets. Geographically New Zealand has the advantage of being the first country to start the trading day being midway between the USA and Asia. This advantage is further complemented with political stability and world class, business orientated, governance.
With Extensive free trade agreements and active governmental support, New Zealand has seen dynamic growth in the business market and technological capabilities of industries; have over the years evolved from a regulated market to a liberalized free-trade economy.
New Zealand trade-particularly in agricultural products-has been extensive and stable over the years. With new initiatives it has grown into a financial services powerhouse in the Pacific with regulations that add support to the industry. More and more international investors are now looking to New Zealand for investments and related services.