Professional Clients


Benefit from our Exclusive Advantages
Receive the following benefits with FXCM professional trading account

FSCS Protection* + Excess of FSCS Insurance
Our Additional Insurance surpasses the £50,000 threshold of exposed capital and will cover your account up to £1,000,000
Segregated Account
Your funds are safeguarded, and kept in a segregated account at all times
Flexible Leverage
Enjoy leverage up to 1:200
Balance Protection
Negative balance protection so your account equity does not go below zero
Daily Market News and Analysis
Live professional analysis and daily market updates

If you are interested in becoming an FXCM professional account holder and enjoy these exclusive advantages, check your eligibility now!

If you are an existing FXCM Professional Client you will continue receiving these benefits.


You must meet at least two of the following three criteria, in order to qualify for professional account:

You must have carried out significantly large transactions, on the relevant market, at an average frequency of 10 per quarter over the previous four quarters;
The size of your financial instrument portfolio, including cash deposits and financial assets, must exceed 500,000 EUR;
You currently work or have worked in the financial sector for at least one year in a professional position, which requires knowledge of the transactions or services envisaged.

Upon your request, one of our experienced account representatives will contact you. If you do not have a live account with FXCM already, you will be directed to our online application in order to be on-boarded. If your account is approved and goes live, you will be provided with the professional client application form. During the application process you may be asked to provide supporting documents on a case by case basis.
* We are a member of the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). You may be entitled to claim compensation from that scheme if we cannot meet our obligations to you. This will depend on the type of business and the circumstances of the claim; Private individuals are generally protected. However, other types of claimants, such as businesses and charities, may be eligible depending on the type of claim.
Visit the FCA website for a definition of Elective Professional Clients


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