NordFX Cashback up to $10.2 / lot on EUR/USD. More info.

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NordFX bonuses and promotions details

55% deposit bonus

You can use your existing account or you need to register one. It is necessary to verificate your identity to receive the trading bonus.

The promotion has been developed for “Micro” and “Standard” MT4 accounts.

Deposit $100 – $8000 or more into your account and receive up to 4400$

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Broker information

Broker on Cashbackcloud
NordFX accounts on Cashbackcloud 86
Cashbackcloud Point / $1 commission made 50
Cashback deal type Trading Volume
Broker information
Name of broker NordFX
Banned countries US
Accepts US clients No
Accepts Japanese clients Yes
Broker's company name NFX CAPITAL MU INC.
Online establishment 2008
Broker's company address 113, Medine Mews, La Rue Chaussee, Port Louis, Mauritius
Employees 100
Broker's website Website
Trading options
Execution Options MM, ECN
Instruments Forex, Metals
Funding information
Available account currencies USD, EUR
Funding methods Skrill, Neteller, Wire Transfer, Credit/Debit Card, WebMoney, QIWI, Perfect Money, Payza, Unionpay
Interest bearing account No
Government enforced segregated accounts Yes
Customer support
Contact Contact
24 hours support Yes
Support languages English, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Portuguese
Support Options Email, Skype

Payment methods

Skrill Neteller Wire Transfer Credit/Debit Card WebMoney QIWI Perfect Money Payza Unionpay

Regulators (2)

CySEC
Regulation ID 209/13
Name Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission
Country Cyprus
Min. capitalization 125,000 EUR
Government
enforced segregate
accounts
Yes
Link Website
Description
The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) is the financial regulatory agency of the Republic of Cyprus. In 2004 CySEC has become part of European MiFID regulation. CySEC has a number of responsibilities, some of which include: supervising and controlling the operations of the Cyprus stock exchange and the transactions carried out in the stock exchange, its listed companies, brokers and brokerage firms. Furthermore, CySEC is the supervisory body of the Cypriot investment firms and is a member of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).
FCA
Name Financial Conduct Authority
Country United Kingdom
Min. capitalization 125,000 EUR
Government
enforced segregate
accounts
Yes
Link Website
Description
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a regulatory body in the United Kingdom, formed as one of the successors to the Financial Services Authority (FSA). It operates independently of the United Kingdom government, and is financed by charging fees to members of the financial services industry. The FCA regulates financial firms providing services to consumers and maintains the integrity of the UK’s financial markets. It focuses on the regulation of conduct by both retail and wholesale financial services firms. Like its predecessor the FSA, the FCA is structured as a company limited by guarantee. The authority has significant powers, including the power to regulate conduct related to the marketing of financial products. It is able to specify minimum standards and to place requirements on products. It has the power to investigate organisation and individuals. In addition, the FCA is able to ban financial products for up to a year while considering an indefinite ban; it will have the power to instruct firms to immediately retract or modify promotions which it finds to be misleading, and to publish such decisions.