Professional Clients

To qualify as an Elective Professional Client, individuals must demonstrate the necessary knowledge, experience, and ability to make informed investment decisions and understand the risks involved.

It’s important to note that becoming an Elective Professional Client involves relinquishing certain safeguards provided under business conduct regulations, including eligibility for compensation from the Investor Compensation Fund and the right to lodge complaints with the Financial Ombudsman. Additionally, the increased risk associated with utilizing greater leverage should be carefully considered. Retail Clients who meet specific criteria may apply to be reclassified as Elective Professional Clients, as detailed in our Client Categorization Policy.

For those interested in being considered as a Professional Client, there are two paths available: completing our Request Form or submitting an Application for Professional Clients available on our website.

Trading Features Professional Clients
Currencies max leverage 1:200
Commodities max leverage 1:200
Indices max leverage 1:100
Stocks max leverage 1:10
Cryptocurrencies max leverage 1:2
ETFs max leverage 1:10
Synthetic Derivatives max leverage 1:5
Segregated client money
Negative balance protection
Best execution for orders
Clear and transparent information
Financial Ombudsman protection
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.
Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading with CFDs.
You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.


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