We are pleased to offer our Introducing Broker (IB) program to financial professionals who are interested in building their businesses and providing value-added services to their clients. Our IB program provides a range of benefits, including competitive commission rates, access to a wide range of financial products and services, and personalized support from our experienced team of professionals.
At our company, we are committed to providing our IB partners with the tools and resources they need to succeed. From marketing and promotional materials to ongoing training and support, we are dedicated to helping you build a successful and profitable business as an IB with us.
You need to introduce a minimum of three clients* to be eligible for the Trade4x (IB) program.
Our Forex IB services are designed to help our clients succeed in the market. We offer access to the latest trading platforms, expert analysis, and personalized support. Our team of experts works with our clients to develop custom trading strategies that fit their unique needs and goals. We provide ongoing support to ensure maximum success in the market.
One of the primary benefits of becoming an IB is earning a commission for every client that you introduce to Trade4x.net. The IB commission structure is typically based on the volume of trades made by your referred clients, and the commission rates can vary depending on the type of account your client opens.
As an IB, you can earn a commission on both the trades made by your referred clients and on their ongoing trading activity. The commission rates can be quite lucrative, and some successful IBs can earn a significant income from their partnerships with forex brokers.
A Forex affiliate program is similar to an IB program in that you earn a commission for introducing new clients to Trade4x.net. However, there are some key differences between the two programs. With an affiliate program, you typically earn a commission only when your referred clients make a deposit or place a trade. The commission rates are also typically lower than those offered through an IB program.