Compare Forex brokers headquartered in London, regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Brokers regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) must adhere to strict regulatory requirements. One of them is to segregate all retail client funds from their own. This is to protect your money and your interests.
In addition, your investments may also be protected up to £50,000 by the FSCS, the UK's compensation fund of last resort. Check our guide to FCA brokers for more information about the protection you'll enjoy when you trade with an authorised financial services firm.
All London-based brokers aren't necessarily regulated by the FCA. Enquire about their licenses before opening an account if this matters to you.
Every now and then, brokers can organise training sessions or events. If you're based in or around London, you'll find it easier to attend group or even one-on-one sessions in person. However, if you're abroad, you may be able to attend a webinar instead.
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