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    Basel Markets:Introducing the Basel Markets Forex Broker

    Abstract:Basel Markets is a leading provider and broker of financial transactions, serving institutions and investors in more than 30 countries and economies around the world. Basel provides deep liquidity for financial transactions, using leading data systems and open technology platforms, promoting trading performance, investment, asset management in accordance with the law.

    What is BASEL MARKETS?

    Basel Markets is a leading provider and broker of financial transactions, serving institutions and investors in more than 30 countries and economies around the world. Basel provides deep liquidity for financial transactions, using leading data systems and open technology platforms, promoting trading performance, investment, asset management in accordance with the law.

    Basel Markets UK Ltd has a license to trade in securities, derivatives and foreign exchange, license number is 5621452. Our address is Basel Markets UK Ltd is: 30 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom, E14 5EP.

    Basel Markets (United Kingdom) Ltd is registered in England and Wales under Companies House – registration number 12965239, Basel Markets prides itself on operating within a modern and internationally recognized regulatory framework, including the Financial Services Act., the Securities Act and the Insurance Act.

    Tools of Basel Markets

    Basel Markets applies an open technology platform, combined with a leading data system to bring special conditions - ultra-low spreads, super-fast order execution and competitive commission rates for investors.

    Basel Markets offers investors the best trading conditions for over 500 products on the world's leading financial markets. High-speed trading platforms have processed over 300 million customer transactions with millisecond accuracy.

    Basel Markets Leverage & Accounts

    To meet the investment needs and trading experience of different investors, Basel Markets offers three types of accounts: STP Account (minimum deposit amount is $100), ECN Account (minimum deposit of $500) and Institutional Account (minimum deposit $1000). The maximum trading leverage is 1:500 for all accounts.

    Spreads & Commissions of Basel Market

    Spreads start from 1.0 pips for STP Account, 0.0 pips for Pro Account and commission is calculated as spread for both accounts. Spreads start from 0.6 pips for ECN accounts and the commission is $4 per lot per side. For institutional accounts, spreads start from 0 pips and the trading commission is $1.5 per side per lot (minimum monthly commission is $3,000).

    Applicable trading platform

    Basel Markets offers traders the market leading MT5 trading platform and the award winning 'World's Best International Financial Value Broker' at the Global Investor Forum held on 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020, MT5 Desktop, MT5 Mobile, as well as the Basel Auto Trader and MAM multi-account management systems.

    Responsibility for safe investment

    Stock and forex-linked derivatives are highly leveraged, carry a high degree of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Basel Markets product features including fees and charges are outlined in the relevant legal documents available on the website.

    Vision, mission

    Basel Markets puts customer experience at the forefront of business development. Product quality, dedicated advice and transparent working process are the foundation for all activities of Basel Markets.

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