Brokers that Accept Broker-to-Broker Transfers
Fund your trading account with the following brokers through a broker-to-broker transfer.
FP Markets is a true ECN broker with razor-thin spreads and deep liquidity. Trade CFDs on over 1,000 stocks, indices, commodities and currency pairs through MetaTrader 4 or 5. FP Markets supports all trading styles and EAs.
FxPro (FxPro.com) is a global broker, winner of 95+ awards including "Best FX Service Provider" in 2023. Trade 250+ instruments across a wide range of asset classes on MT4/5 or cTrader. FxPro accepts all trading styles without restrictions.
- Risk warning: 79.28% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs and Spread Betting work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
- Markets: Forex (CFD), Cryptos (CFD)*, Stocks (CFD), Indices (CFD), Metals (CFD), Energy (CFD), Commodities (CFD)* Availability subject to regulation.
- Platforms: MT4, MT5, cTrader, Copy trading
- Regulators: Bahamas, Cyprus (EU) , South Africa, UK
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How a broker-to-broker transfer works
In a broker-to-broker transfer, your funds flow directly from your existing to your new broker's bank account. This can halve the time and money it takes to fund your trading account, because it sidesteps the need to wire funds through your personal account first. You can expect an international bank transfer to take between 3 and 5 business days.
Please note the following 3 pre-requisites before you get started:
- Open an account with your new broker first through the links on this page.
- Remember that your new and existing account must be in the same name.
- Your existing trading account must be with a regulated broker, or a licensed financial institution.
Once you've opened a new trading account, contact your broker to request a transfer form. Importantly, as broker-to-broker transfers are cash only, you'll need to close open positions with your existing broker. This means crystallising unrealised gains and losses, and may have unforeseen tax implications. If in doubt, speak to a tax advisor.
- Brokers that Accept Binance Pay
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- Brokers that Accept Broker-to-Broker Transfers
- Forex Brokers that Accept Credit Cards
- Forex Brokers that Accept Debit Cards
- Forex Brokers that Accept Ethereum
- Forex Brokers that Accept Monero
- Forex Brokers that Accept NETELLER
- Forex Brokers that Accept PayPal
- Forex Brokers that Accept Skrill
- Forex Brokers that Accept Tether (USDT)
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