Each country that operates in financial markets usually has local regulators acting as overseers that protect participants and monitor service providers. Residents of certain countries are sometimes restricted from using foreign brokers, due to this it’s important to be aware of local alternatives that can be used to access the markets. As a result, we have broken down a list of countries and the brokers which can be used in those geographies.

Brokers by country:

There are many reasons why it is necessary to have an overview of the brokers operating in local or foreign countries. Recently European and UK brokers have been told by regulators that they can no longer offer levels of leverage higher than 1:30 to retail traders. As a result traders in these affected countries looked overseas to find a broker who would. 

Regardless of what creates the need, it is important to ensure you are aware of your options. Here is a list of brokers by country.  


If you are looking for your broker to tick several pieces of criteria, then see our other lists of broker categories and how we rank certain brokers:

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