Alpari Japan Gives Clients 3 Weeks to Access Reports before Servers Shutdown

Trade transcripts such as Annual Transaction Report and Customer Report are usually needed by traders and money managers to analyse

rp_Alpari-logo-300x196-300x1961.jpgAlpari Japan, a subsidiary of the insolvent broker Alpari UK which is already being sold for parts, has informed its former clients today that they must login to their MT4 terminals or Alpari Direct platforms by March 13 to acquire transaction reports.

In about three weeks, the company says, access to the servers will no longer be available. Alpari Japan instructs all clients that actively traded in 2014 and 2015 to get their Annual Transaction Report and Customer Report documents beforehand. Such trade transcripts are usually needed by traders and money managers to analyse their performance as well as complete fillings with tax authorities.

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The most interesting part of the announcement today comes at the end where the firm claims, “It is should be noted that, for the future of Alpari Japan, currently still has not been determined at all.” This is a stark departure from previous statements from the company that indicate an acquisition deal might still be possible after all.

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