Forex Brokers in Switzerland


Forex brokers in Switzerland are regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). FINMA is one of the most experienced financial regulators in the world. They are known to be able to balance retail traders’ need for protection with the need to remain an attractive jurisdiction for forex brokers.

The important thing about forex brokers in Switzerland is their independent regulation of EU rules. New EU regulation limiting the amount of leverage does not apply to Swiss-based forex brokers. Moreover, many of these brokers still allow EU-based traders to sign up directly with the Switzerland-registered entity.

Broker Regulation Max Leverage Min Deposit General Rating
OANDA
Switzerland
1995
CFTC/NFA 0325821
FCA (UK), 54257
FSA (Japan), 1571
Kanto Local Finance Bureau (Japan), 2137
MFSA, 18.12.2020
1:50 $1 Review
Dukascopy
Switzerland
1998
DFSA (Dubai) F004307
FCMC (Latvia), May, 2011
FINMA, June 15, 2010
FSA (Japan), 2408
1:200 $100 Review
Swissquote
Switzerland
1996
DFSA (Dubai), 4
FCA (UK) 562170
FINMA, 4
SFC (Hong Kong), 3
1:100 $1000 Review
FXGlory
Switzerland
2011
None 1:3000 $1 Review
Ingot Brokers
Switzerland
2004
ASIC 428015
FSP (New Zealand), FSP157304
1:400 $100 Review
Corner Trader
Switzerland
1952
None 1:200 $1 Review
ForexChief
Switzerland
2014
Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (Vanuatu) 14777
1:1000 $50 Review
ayondo
Switzerland
2008
None 1:200 $100 Review
Trade8
Switzerland
2017
None 1:300 $BTC0 Review

If you are interested to open an account in one of the brokers in the list above, make sure to try the forex demo account before proceeding to register in the live account.



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