Trading CFDs on a leveraged basis involves a significant amount of risk. They may not be suitable for all investors, so please ensure you fully understand all of the risks. Most retail clients lose money when trading CFDs.

Trading CFDs on a leveraged basis involves a significant amount of risk. They may not be suitable for all investors, so please ensure you fully understand all of the risks. Most retail clients lose money when trading CFDs.

Partnerships

Why become an XTB partner?

Stay ahead of your competition by offering something new and innovative to your clients. See more details below on what sets us apart from the rest.

The most advanced trading platform
Our powerful trading platform, xStation, is one of the most technologically superior platforms on the market with an ultra fast execution speed. It also boasts advanced charting and technical analysis tools, bulk order closing, and an integrated audio feed that provides market commentary on breaking news.

Enable your customers to benefit from the powerful award-winning features xStation has to offer.

Professional reporting
Join XTB Mena as a Partner and get access to a customisable client tracking system – not only in the form of aggregated statistics, but also on a single transaction level.

Support

Use our professional support at any stage of our collaboration in your language. We speak English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, Polish and Russian.

Become our Partner

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Regulations

In some jurisdictions, referring clients can be regarded as regulated activity and may require the Partner to have the necessary regulatory authorisation. It is your duty as a Partner to ensure that you only carry out activities and provide services in accordance with your local rules and regulations. To find out whether or not you need to be authorised in your particular jurisdiction, you should contact your local Financial Regulator.