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Credit Financier Invest Sal traces its origins to a private banking department established within a sister firm, Credit Financier, in 1998.

Following its success, the first entity within the CFI Group, namely Credit Financier Invest Sal., was established in 2005 after a spin off separating the trading business from the credit business. Since then, CFI has served thousands of clients executing over 2 Million trades!

CFI is one of the regions leaders in financial services. Founded by a team with an experience that dates back to the 1950s, the company is specialized in Online Trading services (Forex, CFDs, Stocks, Futures, Options), Trading Desk services (Offline Trading), Investment Advisory, Portfolio Management and other financial services.

CFI is registered at the Register of Commerce (Beirut) under number 1019238. CFI is regulated by the Central Bank of Lebanon (Banque Du Liban) under number 40 on BDLs list of regulated Financial Institutions.

Risk Warning

Forex and CFDs are leveraged products that incur a high level of risk and a small adverse market movement may expose the client to lose the entire invested capital. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss in excess of your deposited funds even if a stop loss is used and therefore, you should not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose and be aware of trading risks. Credit Financier Invest Sal provides general information that does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. The content of this website must not be interpreted as personal advice. Please ensure that you understand the risks involved and seek independent advice if necessary. Read the full disclaimer here.

Latest News

Dalal Street week ahead: Protect profits ahead of F&O expiry & Budget
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

In the last two sessions, the up-move has come with a net reduction in open interest.

The S&P 500 has worst day since October as virus fears mount
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Dow wrapped up its worst week since August and the Nasdaq snapped a six-week winning streak.

Pre-Budget picks: Kunal Bothra bullish on Ujjivan Finance, Hero MotoCorp next week
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Multi-month, multi-year breakouts likely in DLF, Godrej Properties, Sobha Realty. Next week could also be good for largecap FMCG names like HUL and Britannia. Even Marico could do well, says Kunal Bothra, Excerpts from an interview with ETNOW.

Mr Market will come crashing down if Budget disappoints it
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

If the Budget does not meet the expectations, which historically it rarely has, expect sharp selloff.

NHAI clears IL&FS claims of Rs 902 crore
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

The Khed-Sinnar Expressway (KSEL) is the third incomplete road project of IL&FS whose claim has been cleared by the highways authority.

Ind-Ra downgrades rating on Voda-Idea Rs 3,500-cr NCDs
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

The rating has been brought down from BBB to BBB minus

Brookfield may buy majority stake in IndoStar
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Deal likely at about 10% premium to the current market price of the finance company

Adani Gas shares hit by report of PNGRB notice on non-disclosure
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Company says all concerned authorities were intimated about reorganisation exercise.

JSW Steel Q3 net profit plunges 88% to Rs 187 cr
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Consolidated revenue from operations falls 11%

Cut in personal tax possible: CLSA
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Any cut in income tax rates will be seen as a boost for discretionary companies.

Coronavirus death toll rises to 26 with more than 900 confirmed cases worldwide
Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

The majority of cases are in mainland China, where local authorities have quarantined several major cities and canceled Lunar New Year's events in Beijing and elsewhere.

Boeing 737 Max could be recertified before midyear, FAA says
Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

The FAA said it could approve the 737 Max plane before midyear, ahead of Boeing's timeline, sending shares of the manufacturer higher.

Walmart raises starting hourly wage to $12 in 500 stores, as part of a test
Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

Walmart is testing a slightly higher minimum wage in a few hundred of its stores, as it rolls out a new, more flexible model for how it manages workflow within the store.

Porsche's first Super Bowl ad since 1997 features car chase with its all-electric Taycan
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Porsche will return to Super Bowl advertising for the first time since 1997 with a 60-second commercial that features the German brand's all-electric Taycan sports car.

National Lacrosse League continues sponsorship streak with AT&T deal
Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

The National Lacrosse League will announce another major sponsorship next week, which would be the league's 14th since October.

Everything Jim Cramer said about the stock market on 'Mad Money,' including big earnings week, L Brands' predicament
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

CNBC's Jim Cramer previews the week ahead of earnings as coronavirus concerns rise. He explains why he's not so bullish about Victoria's Secret-parent L Brands' turnaround story.

Victim group blasts New Orleans Saints for helping Catholic Church with PR on clergy sex abuse
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

The New Orleans Saints offered public relations assistance to the Archdiocese of New Orleans regarding clergy sexual abuse cases, according to court documents. The team said it had urged the archdiocese to be "open and fully transparent."

Baseball phenom Bryce Harper says he prefers Instagram to Twitter
Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

Harper said he stays off Twitter because of all the negativity.

AutoZone's stock surged 40% in the last year. Here's how it's thriving in the era of Amazon
Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

The auto parts retailer specializes in keeping on hand a staggeringly wide inventory of parts for all kinds of cars, and training staff to answer obscure or complex questions. Now it wants a bigger piece of the market serving professional mechanics.

Cramer's week ahead earnings: 'We've got a huge number of companies reporting next week'
Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

High-quality stocks — unrelated to China or travel — that get hurt on coronavirus fears are worth pouncing on, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.

Contact Us

Credit Financier Invest Sal
Ellipse Center 3rd floor, Charles Malek Avenue, Achrafieh - Lebanon
Tel/Fax: +961.1.333 525
CFI is Regulated by "Banque du Liban" List No.40

Trading Desk
Tel: +961.1.333 959