Forex Brokers in Ireland


In Ireland, brokers are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI). The institution periodically updates the list with all financial organizations that work legally in the nation, so anybody can access CBI's site to check its administrative status The Central Bank of Ireland has presented a few measures throughout the years intended to ensure retail dealers.

CBI has strict regulations for forex brokers. The requirements of negative balance protections and leverages are applied, following the guidelines from the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). To be noted, many forex brokers in Ireland are not approved by the CBI and holds licenses from other EU regulators.

Broker Regulation Max Leverage Min Deposit General Rating
AvaTrade
Ireland
2006
ASIC 406668
Central Bank of Ireland C53877
Financial Futures Association (Japan) 1574
Financial Services Regulatory Authority (Abu Dhabi) 190018
FSA (Japan) 1662
FSC (BVI) 2013-07-30
FSCA (South Africa) 45984
IS
1:400 $100 Review
24option
Ireland
2009
IFSC (Belize) 000319/38 1:400 $100 Review
FXCL
Ireland
2006
None 1:500 $1 Review
IG
Ireland
1974
CFTC/NFA 0509630
FCA (UK) 195355
1:50 $1 Review
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