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79% of retail accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 79% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Professional Trading Terms

How to proceed?
Retail Terms

If you would like to benefit from the extra protection afforded to retail clients, please register in Trader`s Room and just skip the Professional application step in the account opening form.

Professional Terms

If you are eligible to become a Professional client, please register in Trader`s Room and fill the Professional application form when opening an account.

Existing Clients

If you already have an account with us and and you’re eligible to become a Professional client, please submit a form in the `Professional Terms` tab in Trader`s Room.

Questions and Answers

  • Why is there a lower leverage limit under retail terms?

    Leverage available to retail clients is intentionally lower than that available to professional clients.

    Lower leverage acts as a protection for retail clients by reducing the maximum exposure that a retail client can have to the markets. This in turn reduces the potential loss that a retail client may incur if market movements are unfavourable.

  • Why do I need a negative balance protection?

    When trading on margin,there is the possibility that the balance (or value) of your account can go negative,if the market(s) in which you have a position gaps abruptly.

    Retail terms provide a full protection against negative balances.

    According to statistics of Admiral Markets Group, the average compensation of negative balances made in 2017 was 78 GBP.

  • Why do I need to be able to complain to regulators?

    You may be willing to escalate a dispute to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) if you think that it has been resolved by us with a breach of any kind.

    Retail clients are fully eligible for complaining to the FOS, while professional clients can only use this right if they are qualified as `Consumers` (i.e. individual traders). Professional clients trading on behalf of legal entities do not have this right.

    In any case, it is essential to understand that we are a regulated financial services firm and always aim at resolving all disputes in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.