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Degiro is a wholesale online broker, providing services for traders of every kind. Founded in 2013, Degiro began in the Netherlands and has since expanded into 18 European countries — including Ireland.
Degiro’s international reach means it offers a highly competitive commissions structure and full access to the worldwide marketplace. Read on to find out more about using Degiro in Ireland and whether it’s the right platform for you.
What does Degiro do?
Degiro provides its traders with a world-class trading platform at a low price alongside its unusual access to a truly global marketplace. With Degiro, you can currently trade shares, bonds, options and futures in Ireland. Leveraging their international reach, they offer their traders access to not only the usually-traded UK and US markets, but also the more uncommon ones—Australia and Japan, among others.
Degiro as a trading platform
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Where can I invest?
How is Degiro regulated?
Degiro is a multi-award winning online stock broker. It is regulated and supervised by The Netherlands Authority for Financial Markets (AFM), the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK. However, as with any investment or trading opportunity, your capital is always at risk. Only investment amounts that you are prepared to lose.
Pros and Cons of Degiro
- Access to thousands of shares in international markets
- A mobile app that allows you to access your portfolio anytime you want to
- No minimum deposit
- Low trading fees
- Lack of educational and research tools
- Forex trading not available
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