About Avic Management

Avic Management are Global Online Trading Brokers with offices in Shenzhen and regulated by the key global regulators including the United Kingdom’s FCA and many other local regulatory authorities.

Our mission is to put the client first, delivering consistent quality of service, quality products to assist in the investment process in a flexible manner for the busy investors of today along with a transparent competitive dealing service in a wide variety of investment products, with innovative platforms that are at the technological forefront of what is available today.

In 2006 we expanded and opened our Southeast Asia Office in Shenzhen City, China's first and one of the most successful Special Economic Zones (SEZs).

Avic Management History:
  • 2002

    Established and first regulated

  • 2004

    www.avicmanagement.com was launched to cater for the global shift to online trading

  • 2006

    Opened the new Shenzhen City Office

  • 2008

    Equities was established to enable clients to trade both derivative and cash markets through one brokerage account


Careers with Avic Management:

Are you interested in working for a dynamic and fast growing company with international opportunities?

Avic Management are always seeking skilled, talented, passionate employees to join the company in its worldwide locations.

We provide effective career development that benefits both the individual and the company as a whole, ultimately contributing to the achievement of all our objectives.

Benefits include:

  • Greater understanding of the financial markets
  • Increased motivation and job satisfaction
  • Encouragement of innovation and team work
  • Higher standards of work performance
  • Sharing knowledge and maintenance of good practice
  • Effective management and implementation of change

If this is the career you are looking for, send your Resume with a covering letter to hr@avicmanagement.com


Risk Warning: Trading in financial products always involves a risk. As a general rule, you should therefore only trade in financial products if you understand the products and the risks associated with them.