About Valetax

Valetax – where exceptional trading meets unparalleled service. We’re committed to empowering traders with the tools to make profitable and efficient trading decisions.

Our Mission

We believe in the power of exceptional trading and unparalled service that drives trading decisions in the direction of success. We strive to provide superior technology and unbeatable trading conditions, and a personalised approach to allow our clients and partners to achieve their financial goals.

Funds Protection

Trade with confidence knowing your funds are safely seggregated and protected with us. Valetax is in compliance with top-tiered regulators, negative balance protection and secure payment methods to reinforce the safety of your funds. This is why we are the preferred choice for a peace of mind when trading the markets.


VALETAX INTERNATIONAL LIMITED is a Mauritius company with a registration nr. 180644, that acts as an Investment Dealer (Full Service Dealer Excluding Underwriting License Nr. GB21026312 issued by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission).

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The Financial Services Commission, Mauritius (referred to as the ‘FSC’), functions as the comprehensive regulatory body overseeing the non-bank financial services sector and global business operations.

It was established in 2001 and operates under several legislations, including the Financial Services Act, Captive Insurance Act, Insurance Act, Private Pension Schemes Act, Securities Act, and Virtual Asset and Initial Token Offering Services Act, regulate, monitor and supervise the conduct of business activities in these sectors.The FSC’s core responsibilities encompass licensing, regulation, monitoring, and supervision of business activities within these sectors.

VALETAX GLOBAL LIMITED is registered in St. Vincent and Grenadines under registration number 23398 BC 2016.

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The Financial Services Authority was established on November 12, 2012 by an Act of Parliament, the Financial Services Authority Act, which established a single regulatory unit with the responsibility of regulating certain entities and businesses in the financial sector and provides for regulated matters.

The FSA is responsible to the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines for the administration and enforcement of those enactments specified under its governing legislation. As part of its mandate therefore, the FSA is charged with ensuring compliance with the FSA Act and other specified enactments, regulations or guidelines. It is also responsible for ensuring that each licensed financial entity is properly managed and remains financially sound. The FSA therefore has the powers to intervene into the affairs of a regulated entity for the purpose of protecting customers.