Terms and Conditions

UniForex Limited is a licensed Money Services Operator in Hong Kong (Licence No. 12-06-00213) and regulated by Hong Kong Customs and Excise. UniForex Limited is a highly compliant licensed entity and strictly follows Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing (Financial Institutions) Ordinance (Cap 615) and Money Changers Ordinance (Cap 34), Laws of Hong Kong. UniForex Limited, as financial institution in Hong Kong, engaged with independent professional to conduct compliance audit. UniForex Limited is also an Advisory Member of Hong Kong Money Service Operators Association.

Money Laundering Statement

The prevention of money laundering is a key focus of regulatory authorities in developed countries. The prevention of money laundering inhibits the movement of funds derived from criminal activity and restricts the availability of money to fund terrorist activities. UniForex is committed to preventing money laundering through its service and complies with regulatory requirements including:

  • Identifying clients with Photo IDs and Address Proof
  • Monitoring and reporting suspicious transactions
  • Maintaining records for at least 7 years
  • Training staffs to recognize suspicious transactions
  • Appointed Independent Compliance and ML Report Officer
  • Report JFIU on Suspicious transactions


UniForex does not want your business if the funds are sourced from criminal activity or the nature of the transaction is illegal in any way.


In accordance with Money Changers Ordinance (Cap 34), Laws of Hong Kong, the money changer accepts no responsibility for the customer's failure to comply with any country's or territory's currency controls.

Customers be aware the statutory requirements in Hong Kong for the reporting of import and export of goods and exemption items, for instance crossboundary transportation of currency, gold and other precious metals and stones, etc. For details, please refer to Import and Export (Registration) Regulations (Cap60E), especially Regulation 3 for Exemptions in respect of Regulations 4 and 5.