Forex Brokers in Hungary


Hungary committed to serious reforms and maintains a strict policy regarding the governance of business entities. The official regulator for financial markets in Hungary is MNB (Magyar Nemzeti Bank), which is the Hungary's central bank. MNB belongs to the European System of Central Banks.

Though most brokers often choose countries that do not officially belong to Western Europe, hoping to work under more flexible conditions and have no very strict regulations, but the laws in Hungary are not as lax as some might think. Brokers registered in Hungary can't operate as they wish. Those who want to avoid the law and manipulate the market should better close their offices and look for another country instead.

Broker Regulation Max Leverage Min Deposit General Rating
Admiral Markets
Hungary
2001
ASIC 28381
CySEC 201/13
FCA (UK) 595450
FSA (Estonia) 10932555
1:500 $100 Review
XM
Hungary
2009
ASIC 443670
BaFin 124161
CNMV (Spain) 2010157773
CONSOB (Italy) 3046
CySEC 120/10
FCA (UK) 538324
FSP (New Zealand) FSP235905
1:888 $5 Review
XTB
Hungary
2002
CNMV (Spain) 40
Czech National Bank 56720
FCA (UK) 522157
FSA (Poland) 0000217580
IFSC (Belize) IFSC/60/413/TS/19
1:30 $1 Review
Markets Invest
Hungary
2017
None 1:1000 $250 Review

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