European Securities and Market Authority (ESMA) has agreed on a number of measures on the provision of contracts for differences (CFD) and binary options to retails investors in the European Union (EU)

We will look at:

• The agreed measures

• What this means for you

• Leverage and margin changes

• 50% margin close-out rule on an account basis.

• Negative balance protection providing a guaranteed limit on retail client losses

• No incentives to trade CFDs or Spread-betting

• A standardised risk warning

ETX Capital provides an execution-only service and therefore any market analysis, opinion, commentary or other information which is provided during this webinar is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a personal recommendation or construed as advice.

All traders must understand that there is a high element of randomness to the markets, therefore, they will experience both winning and losing trades whilst following a trading strategy. Different traders following the same strategy will achieve different levels of performance. Past performance is not an indicator of future results.