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Local restrictions - provision of cross-border services
Swissquote Bank Ltd (“Swissquote”) is a bank licensed in Switzerland under the supervision of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). Swissquote is not authorized as a bank or broker by any US authority (such as the CFTC or SEC) neither is it authorized to disseminate offering and solicitation materials for offshore sales of securities and investment services, to make financial promotion or conduct investment or banking activity in the USA whatsoever.
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Manage your account
Useful information, documents and forms to handle your account smoothly.
How to deposit funds
Swissquote offers three ways to conveniently and securely fund your account:
ebanking, credit card deposits or China UnionPay.
Our partner China UnionPay, insures to all our clients that they can deposit funds without any problem. By clicking on this link, you are about to leave our website and enter the online China UnionPay platform.
How to withdraw funds
Please be aware that fund withdrawals can only be done by eBanking from your bank account.
Our unique Swissquote eBanking services allow you to add or withdraw funds and manage your account simply and conveniently.
Your eBanking is not activated yet? No problem, please follow these steps.
|Inbound Payments||Free of charge|
|JPY 1500||NOK 100||SEK 100|
|DKK 100||GBP 10||AUD 15|
|Equivalent of CHF 15 for other currencies|
*Fees taken by intermediaries may apply from case to case
**For payments in countries in SEPA
Leverage can significantly increase your profits, but involves greater risks to your capital. Unlike many brokers, Swissquote caps leverage at 100:1. If you are new to trading, we advise you to lower your leverage until you are confident in your trading strategy. If the currency underlying a trade moves in a direction you were not expecting, leverage will greatly increase your potential losses.
To reduce the risk of losses, we advise you to adopt a strict trading style that includes the use of stop and limit orders.