IFS Markets · Australia
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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent Australian government body that acts as Australia's corporate regulator, which was established on 1 July 1998 following recommendations from the Wallis Inquiry. ASIC's role is to enforce and regulate company and financial services laws to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors. ASIC's authority and scope were determined by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act, 2001.
License Type:Market Making(MM)
Regulated in Country/AreaAustralia
Regulatory License No.：323193
Email Address of Licensed Institution :email@example.com
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
Expiry Date :--
Address of Licensed Institution :'08 Tower 1' Level 23 Suite 23, 100 Barangaroo Avenue, SYDNEY NSW 2000
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :90483838
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IFS Markets · Australia
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Basic Information & Regulators
IFS Markets is an online forex and commodities trader, founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia. Currently has a full license from the Australian Securities and Exchange Commission (ASIC) (regulatory certificate number 323193).
Market Instruments of IFS Markets
The company provides investors with mainstream and popular tradable instruments on the global financial market, including forex (providing 45 pairs of various mainstream and cross-currency exchanges), indices (from 14 popular stock indices on the world's largest stock market), commodities (gold, silver, crude oil), etc.
Leverage & Account of IFS Markets
IFS Markets provides different types of accounts for different traders to meet their investment needs and investment strategies. There are two types of accounts: Standard Accounts and Professional Accounts. The maximum leverage for both accounts is up to 1:500. The minimum deposit for Standard Accounts is $100, and the minimum deposit for Professional Accounts is $300.
Spreads & Commission Fees of IFS Markets
The standard account does not charge commissions, only the spread fee, and the main spread starts at 1.1 pips. The spread of professional accounts starts at 0 points, and a specific commission will be charged for each trade. Swap rates will be considered as a cost. Wednesday is a 3-day interest day. See the following swap rates table:
Trading Platform Applied of IFS Markets
IFS Markets provides investors with an MT4 trading platform. Traders only need one account and one platform to access the forex, indices, and commodity CFD markets, creating a complete and high-efficiency trading software. Through MT4, traders can also get trading signals, the MetaTrader market, and the global community of fellow traders. The platform is seamlessly used for algorithmic trading, and these robots are directly applied to the chart chosen by the trader. MT4 is available for web versions and can be download at the same time. Besides, the company also provides MAM multi-account fund management, which allows users to access multiple MT4 accounts simultaneously.
Deposit & Withdrawal
The company provides many deposit and withdrawal options. The deposit and withdrawal options include VISA/MASTERCARD credit card debit card (accepting AUD, USD, JPY, EUR, NZD, BGP,CAD SGD, deposit fees are 2%, instant arrival, free withdrawal, 1-2 working days to process ), online banking (accepting RMB, THB, IDR, MYR and VND, no deposit and withdrawal fees, usually 1-2 working days to process withdrawal ), wire transfer (supporting AUD, USD, SGD, BGP, EUR, no deposit and withdrawal fees, 2-5 working days to process), POLI (accepting AUD, no deposit fees, instant arrival), Skrill (accepting AUD, USD, EUR, BGP, SGD , Charge 2% deposit fee, instant arrival, no deposit fee, 1-2 working days to process), NETELLER (accepting AUD, US dollars, EUR, BGP, SGD, 2% deposit fees, instantaneous receipt, no withdrawal fees, 1-2 working days to process), Fasapay (accepting USD, EUR, no deposit and withdrawal fees, instant arrival), DragonPay (free deposit and withdrawal, accepts PHP, instant processing), Bitcoin (a fee of 1.5% is charged for deposits, bitcoin is accepted, and processed instantly).
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