Forex Brokers Update — September 16th, 2018

No new companies have been added to the list of brokers since the end of August, but we have had some updates to the existing listings:
RoboForex increased the maximum leverage offered on cryptocurrencies to 1:50.
Fullerton Markets has shifted its business from under New Zealand regulated Fullerton Markets Limited to Fullerton Markets International Limited registered in St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
ATFX opened an office in Thailand.
Tickmill increased the minimum account size from $25 to $100.
PFD added support for PAMM accounts and local bank transfer deposits. Removed its Kiwi Trader accounts but added a professional MT4 account with fixed spreads.
Admiral Markets launched agriculture and metals CFD trading to MT5 accounts.
BDSwiss now operates via two companies (offshore and EU-regulated). Their website is now available in Czech, Arabic, Thai, Vietnamese, Hindi, Romanian, and Russian languages. Added an office in Seychelles and authorization by the FSC of Mauritius. Account types have been revised substantially.
FIBOGroup launched trading in XRP/USD and BCH/USD cryptocurrency pairs.
If you have any questions or comments regarding any of the latest Forex brokers updates, please feel free to reply using the form below.

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