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Forex Brokers in Denmark | DFSA regulation

Forex brokers in Denmark are regulated by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (DFSA). This is a highly experienced financial regulator that takes its responsibility very seriously. Traders can thus feel safe that any forex broker in Denmark will be reliable and trustworthy, and comply with all relevant rules and regulations.

Since Denmark is an EU member state, forex brokers in Denmark are also subject to the same regulations from the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) as all other forex brokers in EU/EEA countries. Among other things, this means that trading leverage is strictly limited for non-professional traders. Traders looking for higher leverage may therefore want to consider a forex broker from a non-EU jurisdiction, such as Australia.

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