Regulated by: FCA, CySEC, ASiC
Headquarters: United Kingdom
Plus500 Review & Author's Comment
Being one of the biggest CFD and forex brokers in the United Kingdom, Plus500 is not only regulated by FCA but also by CySEC and ASiC. In addition to be authorized and regulated by three regulative watchdogs, very wide range of instruments offered by the firm is what distinguishes Plus500 from other forex brokers. If you like to have the opportunity to trade ETFs, options and shares besides standard instruments such as forex, commodities and indices, Plus500 would meet the requirements.
There is a notable drawback for traders who are very used to and fan of MetaTrader though. Plus500 has developed its own trading platform and doesn’t offer any other option in terms of trading platform. Their platform is easy to learn and use however if your trading strategy is based on an automated system (EA), you wont able to run it on Plus500’s platform.
Regulation by three strict regulators FCA, ASIC, CySEC. Very wide range of trading instruments including ETFs, shares and options. No bonus, no MetaTrader.
|Adress:||South Quay Plaza 183, Marsh Wall London E14 9SR, United Kingdom|
|Regulator:||FCA (Registration number 509909), CySEC (License No. 250/14), ASiC (AFSL #417727)|
|Cryptocurrencies:||Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, NEO, Ripple, IOTA|
|MAM / PAMM Account:|
|Funding Methods:||Wire Transfer, Credit Card, PayPal, Skrill, Moneybookers|
|Withdrawal Methods:||Wire Transfer, Credit Card, PayPal, Skrill, Moneybookers|
|24 Hours Support:|
|Languages:||Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Spanish|
|Spreads:||As low as 0.6 pips for EURUSD|
|Negative Balance Protection:|
|Accepts Clients from the US:|
|Supported Platforms:||Plus500 Platform|