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Forex Brokers in Switzerland | FINMA regulation

Forex brokers in Switzerland are regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). FINMA is one of the most experienced financial regulators in the world, and the agency has a record of being able to balance retail traders’ need for protection with the need to remain an attractive jurisdiction for forex brokers. Forex trading is also popular among Swiss residents, and the country has a large and active community of retail traders.

The special thing about forex brokers in Switzerland is that they are regulated independently of EU rules. New EU regulations that limits the amount of leverage a forex broker can offer therefore does not apply to Swiss-based forex brokers. What’s even better is that many of these brokers still allow EU-based traders to sign up directly with the Switzerland-registered entity, thus bypassing EU regulations completely.

IG Markets IG Markets (1974) Leverage: up to 1:200 * Deposit: from 300 USD Spreads:  low  low Location: Australia UK Switzerland UAE Singapore Japan Instruments: Currencies Crypto Indices Metals Energies Softs Stocks Bonds ETFs Interest Rates Platforms: Web MetaTrader 4 Specific Wire Transfer Credit Cards PayPal Bpay Dukascopy Dukascopy (1998) Leverage: up to 1:200 Deposit: from 100 USD Spreads:  low  low Location: Switzerland Latvia Japan Instruments: Currencies Crypto Indices Metals Energies Stocks Bonds Platforms: Web MetaTrader 4 Specific Binary Platform Wire Transfer Credit Cards SwissQuote SwissQuote (2000) Leverage: up to 1:100 * Deposit: from 50 USD Spreads:  mid  mid Location: UK Switzerland Malta UAE Hong Kong Instruments: Currencies Crypto Indices Metals Energies Stocks Bonds ETFs Platforms: Web MetaTrader 4 MetaTrader 5 Specific Wire Transfer Credit Cards
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