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Local restrictions - provision of cross-border services
Swissquote Ltd is authorised and regulated in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Swissquote Ltd is not authorised by any US authority (such as the CFTC or SEC) neither is it authorised to disseminate offering and solicitation materials for offshore sales of securities and investment services, to make financial promotion or conduct investment or banking activity in the USA whatsoever.
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Manage your account
Useful information, documents and forms to handle your account smoothly.
How to deposit funds
Swissquote offers two ways to conveniently and securely fund your account:
wire transfer or credit card deposits.
Bank Wire Transfer
Before funds can be transferred, you must have an active Swissquote account. If you do not have an account yet, open an account here.
You can wire funds directly from your bank account using our Wire Transfer payment method. Swissquote only works with minimum AA rated banks.
Swissquote Ltd does not charge transaction fees for depositing or withdrawing funds. The depository bank may charge a transaction fee. Generally, you have the option of this fee being deducted directly from the total amount to be transferred or charged to you directly. Please contact your bank for transaction fee information as rates vary from bank to bank.
We accept the following currencies: GBP, EUR, CHF, AUD, JPY, PLN, CZK, HUF and USD
Transaction time generally depends on the processing time required by the depository banks, and Swissquote normally handles all transactions on the same day they are received.
Swissquote does not accept payments from third parties.
Bank details for Swissquote Ltd:
Beneficiary Name: Swissquote Ltd
|IBAN||GB53 BARC 2000 0063 8672 18|
|IBAN||GB02 BARC 2000 0048 5411 66|
|IBAN||GB62 BARC 2000 0089 6403 44|
|IBAN||GB96 BARC 2000 0058 1858 33|
|IBAN||GB20 BARC 2000 0086 0039 88|
|IBAN||GB49 BARC 2000 0073 0949 00|
|IBAN||GB33 COUT 1800 9101 1813 51|
|IBAN||GB89 COUT 1800 9107 1842 55|
|IBAN||GB30 BARC 2000 0044 9048 11|
How to withdraw funds
Please fill in the Funds Withdrawal Request form, sign it, date it (no post-dating, please) and send it to us no later than three days from the date on the form.
Trading involves a high degree of risk. Losses can exceed your initial investment.
Withdrawal request received more than three days from the date of signature on the form must be rejected.
Fund withdrawals can only be made by bank transfer to your bank account.
Leverage can significantly increase your profits, but involves greater risks to your capital. Unlike many brokers, Swissquote caps leverage at 100:1. If you are new to trading, we advise you to lower your leverage until you are confident in your trading strategy. If the currency underlying a trade moves in a direction you were not expecting, leverage will greatly increase your potential losses.
To reduce the risk of losses, we advise you to adopt a strict trading style that includes the use of stop and limit orders.