Introducing UWCPass: A Digital Financial Passport Service

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United World Capital Limited officially launched a new digital identity authentication service called UWCPass, available at


United World Capital Limited officially launched a new digital identity authentication service called UWCPass available at . The core responsibility of the UWCPass is the collection and retaining of clients' personal information. A client has to register in the UWC Passport secure system and obtain a unique ID - UWC passport - in order to be able to use any financial service provided by any of our partners.

A unique ID will be used for all of the client's' operations within the company, which includes working with their trading account(s), money transfers and much more; clients will not need to re-enter their personal data every time, which will help to protect their information.

The main advantages of using the provided User ID are:

  • Safety - all personal data is kept in the secure database in the UWCpass system and is provided to authorized partners on consent from the individual client.
  • Comfort - each client goes through the process of registration once, entering his/her personal information and then can work with their chosen broker(s) after, using a unique User ID, provided by the system.
  • Validity - registration complies with European Union standards and legislation.

United World Capital, Ltd. is an independent international financial markets participant and leading provider of online trading services for retail and institutional investors. This is one of the most respected, fastest growing companies in the industry; it services clients from more than 140 countries around the world.

United World Capital, Ltd. is a privately owned company with solid investors around the world. It is a registered CIF (Cyprus Investment Firm) under the registration number 230122 and licensed by CySEC (Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission) under the license number 093/08 in accordance with new MiFID (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive) - a European Union law which provides a harmonized regulatory regime for investment services across the 27 member states of the European Economic Area.


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