IG – Review 2022
Founded in 1974, IG is a world leader in the online commerce industry. It is one of the largest and most trusted CFD brokers. They are present around the world with offices in the main financial centers from where they offer their services, such is the case of Spain, Germany, Singapore, England, among others. Unlike many other brokers, they accept US Forex traders since their entry into the North American market in 2019 where they are regulated by NFA / CFTC.
Type of broker
Why trade with IG?
It is a London-based public company listed on the FTSE 250 of the London Stock Exchange (LSE:IGG) and registered in Delaware. It is regulated by various financial authorities around the world, such as in Germany by the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, and in the United Kingdom by the FCA – Financial Conduct Authority. Winner of multiple awards including Investopedia’s Best Forex Broker for US Traders in 2020.
It manages a considerable number of accounts and due to its global dispersion, it offers extended hours for its clients who can operate 24 hours from Monday to Friday while the market is open. With low financial spreads, emphasis on customer service and education make this an excellent option for all those who wish to invest in the Foreign Exchange Market.
Clients can choose from a variety of platform options such as IG platform, MT4, ProRealTime, L2 Dealer.
They offer excellent and diverse research and trading tools. Leader in consulting, with competitive prices and an extensive list of negotiable products. It is useful for both professionals and beginners who can access a vast educational content that includes videos, articles and seminars among others.
Regulation: FCA (UK), ASIC (AU), CySEC (CY), JSC (JO), EFSA (EE)
Regulation: FCA (UK), ASIC (AU), SySEC (CY), FSAS (SC)
Regulation: FCA (UK), CSSF (LU), SCB (BS)
Regulation: FCA, SySEC, FSCA, FSC
Regulation: CFTC, NFA, IIROC, FCA, MAS, ASIC, MFSA, FSC
Regulation: CFTC, NFA, FCA, CIMA, SySEC, FSA, ASIC, IIROC
Regulation: FCA, ASIC, SySEC, FSCA, ISA