Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Additional Information
  1. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Introduction
  2. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Account Types And Requirements
  3. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Commission Structure
  4. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Trading Platforms And Customer Support
  5. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Additional Information

Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Additional Information

Saxo Bank owns and operates a number of subsidiaries, including:

  • TradingFloor.com - A community website for people who like to trade forex, futures, options, CFDs, equities and commodities.

  • ForexTrading.com - A wholly-owned online forex broker targeted more towards individual forex traders, with MetaTrader4 connectivity and 24/7 support.

  • Video.SaxoBank.com - A video archive consisting of market commentary, educational videos and much more.
Saxo Bank is a fully licensed and EU-regulated international bank based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The broker has received a number of awards, including the Social Forex Awards 2011, Best Active Trading Tools at Shares Awards 2011, and six Euromoney Awards in 2011 for its research, execution speed and integrated workflow, among other things.

Summary
Saxo Bank is a specialist in online trading and investment targeted at more sophisticated traders worldwide. All accounts provide access to its award-winning trading platforms, research services and other resources. While micro forex traders may want to look elsewhere, those with at least $2,000 in capital to commit will benefit from the broker's industry-leading services.


  1. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Introduction
  2. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Account Types And Requirements
  3. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Commission Structure
  4. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Trading Platforms And Customer Support
  5. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Additional Information
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