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Does anyone have experience in trading cfds with brokers based outside Europe with similar trading platforms as IG markets or CMC markets? Are they changing their leverages too?

Sam

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Hello Sam 

Yes there are brokers who are registered with Cyprus Securities in Cyprus.  but DO NOT DEAL with them . Any Broker who is regulated by Cyprus are Bunch of Clowns. Cyprus has no Regulations at all and they will Just take your Money .They are also corrupted Securities firm. There is Platform in Australia which you can use but everything is done from Australia, so be careful and do your home work first before opening that account .

All the Best in CFD DEALING .

Regards 

Vijay 

 

 

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Has anyone (in europe outside switzerland ) managed to open a IG account in Switzerland? 

or Australia where ESMA tentacles dont reach?

 

 

 

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Hi @Kodiak, cant answer but I did watch a video discussion staged by Finance Magnets at the big fxexpo in Cyprus a few weeks back that reported that there had been a big rise in enquires to Australian brokers by UK clients recently.

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5 hours ago, Kodiak said:

Has anyone (in europe outside switzerland ) managed to open a IG account in Switzerland? 

or Australia where ESMA tentacles dont reach?

 

 

 

hi I'm from the uk and yes I have opened a cfd account with fp markets in astraila. 

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You should be able to open a CFD with IG Aus but no spread betting. Click on the map thing at the bottom of IG.com

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