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Introducing Broker: How IBs Make Money

Introducing broker programs are growing in popularity at an astounding rate. Every day more and more people are realizing that they can make a substantial income merely by networking and understanding the workings of Forex. At the same time, customers are increasingly opting to trade via an introducing broker as opposed to large brokerages.

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Why do professionals become introducing brokers?

Most introducing brokers have some interest in Forex but they may not have the resources or experience necessary to succeed as traders. For this reason they concentrate on their strengths, such as valuable contacts in the financial sector, good networking skills, and the time and inclination to recruit new traders.

How does an introducing broker make money?

Introducing brokers make rebates on their clients’ trades. IBs meet with their clients and discuss various aspects of Forex as well as determining orders. They delegate the task of carrying out the order to a Future Commissions Merchant. Introducing brokers typically come from financial services backgrounds as such jobs provide them with many likely candidates.

“Introducing Brokers can operate under the parent brokerage’s name”

A white label IB makes money by referring his clients exclusively to a parent brokerage. The advantage for the introducing broker is that they can operate under the parent brokerage’s name and thus enjoy improved credibility as well as a range of quality contacts. White labels are a good idea for new introducing brokers as fewer traders are willing to work with complete unknowns who haven’t received any training.

Why do some traders prefer to operate via introducing brokers?

An introducing broker is not occupied with the task of carrying out orders. Instead they can concentrate all their time on the needs of their clients; advising and training them as they make their trades. An IB will take the time with their clients to introduce them to other traders and valuable contacts.

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Is licensed to carry on securities investment business and is regulated by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) as a full securities broker-dealer. Tradeview conducts business pursuant to the Cayman Islands Securities Investment Business Law (SIBL) and its activities fall under the direct supervision of the Investments and Securities Division of CIMA.
Headquarters: 5th Floor Anderson Square, 64 Shedden Road, Georgetown, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands KY1-1002, BWI.
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Tradeview Asia Ltd.

Is licensed and regulated by the Labuan Financial Services Authority (FSA) as a Money Broker, registration number LL15870 licensed to facilitate transactions in foreign exchange pursuant to Labuan Financial Services and Securities Act 2010, the Labuan Companies Act 1990 and the Labuan Business Activity Tax Act 1990.
Headquarters: International Business Financial Centre at Office 5, Jamie Business Center I, Unit F10, First Floor, Paragon Labuan, Jalan Mustapha, 87000 Labuan F.T.
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Tradeview Europe Ltd.

Is licensed as a Category 2 Investment Service Company and is regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA). The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is the single regulator for financial services in Malta. MFSA is a fully autonomous public institution and reports to Parliament on an annual basis. The MFSA is a member of the European Banking Authority (EBA), the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and is a signatory of the Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding with other European regulatory Institutions. Tradeview is authorized to provide financial services across multiple asset classes and is passported in the EU/EEA under MiFID II (EU Markets in Financial Instruments Directive).
Headquarters: 157 Archbishops Street, Valletta VLT Malta 1440.
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Is authorized to conduct business pursuant to and in compliance with the General Law of Companies (LGS) promulgated by the government of Peru. Tradeview Financial Markets S.A.C is registered with the National Superintendence of Public Registries (SUNARP), company number 13089531. Tradeview Financial Markets S.A.C provides financial services in selected OTC derivative markets in compliance with all applicable government regulations.
Headquarters: Los Mirtos 239 Urb. San Eugenio, Lince, Lima, Perú.
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