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Swissquote - General Information


Rebate Rates

Instruments

Account Types

Standard

Premium

Prime

Professional

Currencies (FX)

4 USD per lot 2 USD per lot 0.50 USD per lot Negotiable

Metals

3 USD per lot 2 USD per lot 0.50 USD per lot Negotiable

Commodities

3 USD per lot 2 USD per lot 0.50 USD per lot Negotiable

Indices

3 USD per lot 2 USD per lot 0.50 USD per lot Negotiable

Payment Options

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Notes

  1. The Rebates are calculated for one round turn lot (100,000 units) for Currencies, (100 oz) for Gold, (5,000 oz) for Silver, (1,000 bar) for Oil and (one contract) for Indices.
  2. For other trading instruments rebate information please contact us at office@fxrebate.eu.

Swissquote Overview

Swissquote was established in 1996 and has emphasized technological innovation ever since, rapidly becoming the undisputed Swiss leader in online trading and financial services.

Today, we rank among the top 10 online Forex brokers in the world, empowering over 400,000 private investors and institutional clients to trade a wide range of currencies, commodities and indices.

As Swissquote Bank is also a regulated bank, traders and partners benefit from the highest Swiss banking security and transparency standards.

We are committed to the success of our clients and provide them with exclusive access to market research, learning resources, 24/5 multilingual support and advanced trading tools.


Swissquote Details
Company Name Swissquote Group Holding Ltd, Swissquote Bank Ltd, Swissquote Ltd, Swissquote MEA Ltd, Swissquote Asia Ltd, Swissquote Financial Services (Malta) Limited
Country Switzerland
Year Open 1996
Headquarters Switzerland
Offices Hong Kong, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom
Employees 600+
License FINMA, FCA UK
Regulation FINMA, DFSA, MFSA, SFC, FCA UK
USA Clients No
Japanese Clients Yes
European Clients Yes
Canadian Clients Yes
Banned Countries
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Regulatory Agency
Agency Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority
Short Name FINMA
Country Switzerland
Min Capitalization CHF 10,000,000
Government Enforced Segregated Accounts Yes
Description

FINMA performs its supervisory activities for the benefit of the Swiss financial centre, as well as investors, creditors and insured persons.

The primary objective of financial market supervision is to ensure the proper functioning of the financial markets and to protect clients as a group against insolvency.

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Agency Dubai Financial Services Authority
Short Name DFSA
Country United Arab Emirates
Min Capitalization N/A
Government Enforced Segregated Accounts Yes
Description

Economic activity of a free target-oriented zone in Dubai is regulated by the DFSA.

Management of resources and securities, execution of banking and trust services, Islamic finance, exchange of international equities and derivatives, as well as insurance matters fall within the competence of the DFSA.

Activity of DFSA is based on a principle of risk-related regulation and avoidance of unnecessary regulatory implications. Besides, the agency made it clear that the obligations liable to fulfillment should comply with optimization of risks in order for such obligations to be successfully met.

Under the circumstances, the priorities include generation of a cycle of risk optimization that aims at identification, evaluation and assessment of risks in order to enhance local and international markets and their patterns.

According to DFSA, the reality of efficient risk-based regulation is more important than the way of its achievement.

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Agency Malta Financial Services Authority
Short Name MFSA (MiFID)
Country Malta
Min Capitalization EUR 730,000
Government Enforced Segregated Accounts Yes
Description

MFSA is the single regulator for financial services activities in Malta. It regulates and supervises credit and financial institutions, investment, trust and insurance business and also houses the country's Companies Registry.

The MFSA issues guidance notes, monitors local and international developments, works with relevant parties on legislative matters, and plays a major role in training. It encourages high standards of compliance and runs a consumer complaints unit.

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Account Options

Account Types Standard, Premium, Prime, Professional, FIX API
Min Deposit 1,000 USD
Max Leverage 30:1 for EU clients, 400:1 for Professional and Non-EU clients
Min Trade Size 0.01 Lots
Max Trade Size No limit
Spreads Swissquote Spreads
Spread Types Variable spreads
FX Pricing Decimals 5
Commission None
Rollover (Swaps) Swissquote Rollover (swaps)
VPS (Virtual Private Server) No

Trading Options
Execution Options STP/ECN
Instruments Forex, Metals, Commodities, Indices, Bonds, Options
OCO Orders Yes
Trailing Stops Yes
One Click Trading Yes
Scalping Allowed Yes
Hedging Allowed Yes
News Trading Allowed Yes
Expert Advisors Allowed Yes
Islamic Accounts Yes

Platforms Supported

Trading Platforms MT4, MT5, MT4 WebTrader, MT5 WebTrader, Advanced Trader, Advanced Trader WebTrader, Mobile
Mobile Support MT4/MT5/Advanced Trader Android, MT4/MT5/Advanced Trader iOS (iPhone/iPad)
Trading API Yes
Managed Accounts Featured No
MAMM/PAMM Platform Option Yes
MAMM/PAMM Leaderboard Yes
Trading Platform Time UTC + 01:00
Observe DST Change Yes
DST Change Timezone Central European Time (CET)
Non-expiring Demo Yes

Funding Information

Deposit Methods Bank Wire, Credit/Debit Card, China Union Pay
Withdrawal Methods Bank Wire, Credit/Debit Card, China Union Pay
Broker to Broker Transfer Yes
Account Currency EUR, USD, GBP, CAD, CHF, HKD, HUF, JPY, PLN
Client Funds Bank Swissquote Bank
Interest Bearing Accounts No
Government Enforced Segregated Accounts Yes


Trading Volume based cashback

Basically in this type, you’ll receive cashback based on your trading volume. Based on this, you’ll generate commission to your provider (broker, exchange, crypto exchange, etc.). Because you’re under the FxRebate affiliate network, we’ll receive a portion of this commission and share the majority of it with you. That’s how you earn money consistently, when you pay commission to your provider.

Example: You traded 30 lots on the forex market in EUR/USD at your broker. You paid $300 in spreads and commissions for these trades. FxRebate receives $100 of this commission. Based on your rebate rate agreement you’ll receive between $70 - $85 as cashback to your FxRebate account.

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Swissquote Customer Service

 24-hour support

 Languages: Arabic, Chinese, Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish

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