Open an account

If you are in the EU ETS, it is very easy to setup a trading relationship with us:

  1. Please call us, send us an email or register on myvertis
  2. One of our traders will call you shortly
  3. Submit the required KYC information (see below)
  4. Sign the framework agreement

Then you are ready to trade through phone, online or fax. Welcome to Vertis!

 

What is KYC?

KYC is short for “Know Your Customer”, a process of review which financial service companies are legally required to do on their prospective clients to understand their identity and business. The aim of this requirement is to reduce the risk of doing business with criminals and to cut the incidence of fraud, money laundering and financing of terrorism. Based on the information obtained, our compliance department decides whether it is ok to trade with a client. We also have to review the trading activities and circumstances of our clients periodically.

 

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