Pepperstone Forex Trading
With Pepperstone Forex trading you could be up and trading on a range of markets in no time.
Pepperstone was founded in 2010 by CEO Owen Kerr and director Joe Davenport. It is an online forex and CFD broker and maintains an interbank network utilising Equinix. Pepperstone utilises various third-party currency trading tools and infrastructure, including MetaTrader 4 and 5 and Zoho CRM. In common with many MT4 brokers, the company offers the MT4 percent allocation management module (PAMM) tool for money managers
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What does Pepperstone do?
Pepperstone Limited is an online Forex and CFD Broker providing traders across the globe with cutting edge technology to trade the world’s markets. In 2013, Pepperstone helped the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and Australian Federal Police uncover Australia’s largest insider trading case in history. Their focus is to change the way people trade forex and be a low-cost provider that is one of the leaders in the industry.
What are the benefits of trading with Pepperstone?
- Forex, Gold, Oil, CFDs & more
- 24 hour customer support
- Razor spreads from 0.0 pips
- Trade 24 hours a day, 6 times a week
- No Dealing Desk
- 11 Trading platforms
- Over 70 tradable instruments
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How safe is my investment?
Pepperstone is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom and the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) in Australia.
Pepperstone Limited is registered in England & Wales and is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The FCA requires financial services firms to meet strict capital requirements and to implement and comply with internal procedures including risk management, staff training, accounting and audits.
When you fund your trading account with Pepperstone Limited, your money is held in a segregated client bank account for your benefit and kept entirely separate from Pepperstone Limited’s own funds, in compliance with FCA client money rules.
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