Offshore Forex Trading

Foreign exchange market

The foreign exchange market (currency market, FX market, also forex "foreign exchange market") is a submarket of the financial market, where foreign exchange and foreign exchange demand meet and are exchanged at the negotiated exchange rate.

In addition to the foreign exchange market, the financial markets also include the money and capital markets. The foreign exchange market can not be localized because foreign exchange trading predominantly takes place directly between the market participants and foreign exchange exchanges have largely been abolished or become meaningless. Market participants in the foreign exchange market are credit institutions, central banks (also in the context of foreign exchange intervention), the state and large companies in the non-banking sector.
Small and medium-sized enterprises must turn to credit institutions for their foreign exchange transactions. We've added a link to offshore FX brokers.
Foreign private persons can contact us.

The foreign exchange market is the largest financial market in the world, with a worldwide daily turnover of approximately 5.088 trillion US dollars in 2016.


Offshore Forex Brokers

Below you will find a list of Forex Brokers that mainly operate in offshore countries. Nowadays, constantly upgrading regulations impose many limitations and restrictions. For instance, due to the ESMA influence, European residents are forced to trade on the Forex market with maximum 1:30 leverage and stop-out levels at 50%. It's even more complicated in the USA, not only the trading conditions are tight, the number of brokers that accept US clients is very limited. Certainly, going with an offshore forex broker is more risky, but at the same time, the range of trading possibilities is much wider. In addition, some companies are also regulated by local authorities.