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Forex Brokers Offering Segregated Account

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Segregated accounts hold specific equity and keep clients' funds safe by separating it from the broker's capital. The segregated account can help traders to manage their funds according to their conditions, goals and risk tolerances. Moreover, traders have the right to receive compensation if the company is bankrupt, in which the amount of compensation will depend on the financial rules and regulations of each country.

Below you will find a list of Forex Brokers that offer segregated accounts for trading.


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Yes.  CFTC requires account segregation for its members to ensure the separation between clients' and the brokers' operational funds.

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A Segregated Account's primary function is to accommodate the funds from all clients collectively, so they are not mixed with forex broker's operational funds.

The funds in a Segregated Account will be used by the broker only to complete individual transactions from the client and not for the interest of the company.

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No. A Segregated Account is merely a single account set by the broker to accommodate all of its traders' funds collectively.

So if the client's trading account balance is negative, the broker will cover this account deficit from the cumulative funds.

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The funds in a Segregated Account can still be used as margins.

The broker can still use it as margin, both for their trading positions and other clients, even if they already use a Segregated Account.

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