What is BDSwiss?
BDSwiss is an international brokerage firm established in 2012 with a total client base of more than a million clients, from over 125 countries.
Originating in Switzerland and since then providing online trading services through a worldwide operating group and its headquarters in Switzerland.
As part of their global expansion, BDSwiss have now more recently, established modern offices in Cyprus, Mauritius and Seychelles.
BDSwiss provide access to seamless trading through the range of 250+ underlying assets from leading Shares, Indices, Forex, Commodities and Cryptocurrencies with CFDs. The platform choice went to the popular and powerful MT4, which is a plus to many traders.
By maintaining optimum support and assistance, refined products and full transparency, BDSwiss also educates their clients. Educational resources covering useful information on how to operate in markets, develop own trading strategy with accredited courses and webinars.
Furthermore, the multilingual support is available daily and this is accessible via Email, Whatsapp, or Telegram.
Is BDSwiss safe or a scam?
BDSwiss is a trading name of the BDSwiss Holdings PLC, a company incorporated under the laws of Cyprus which also holds a CySEC license to provide its legal financial and trading services. As a state member of the EU, the Cyprus regulation fully complies regarding the provision of investment services with the European MiFID and MiFID II Directives designed to deliver safe trading environment and control the operation of markets itself.
Is BDSwiss legit?
BDSwiss are eligible to provide services within the EEA zone – European Economic Area but also are regulated to operate in most countries around the world, with notable exceptions being USA and Belgium, plus a few others too.
BDSwiss also have offices located in attractive offshore zones like Mauritius and Seychelles, which is registered by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission (FSC)
Another benefit of being regulated with Mauritius Financial Services Commission (FSC) is that the leverage requirements are less than accounts registered in Cyprus for example.
When opening your trading account there is an option to choose the desired currency from the following selection between the Euro (€), US Dollar ($) and the British Pound (£).
BDSwiss currently offers two main account types: Classic and VIP, created to cater to the needs of different traders through lower costs according to trading sizes and advanced services.
In addition, every BDSwiss account, benefits from strict regulation and compliance. This also includes negative balance protection, which means you can never lose more than you deposit.