Best Forex Brokers in Denmark for 2024
Trading forex (currencies) in Denmark is popular among residents. While recommended, forex brokers are not required to become authorised by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (DFSA) to accept residents of Denmark as customers.
The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority is the financial regulatory body in Denmark. Website: https://www.dfsa.dk/. The DFSA does not have any social media accounts to follow.
The DFSA was established in 1988 and is responsible for regulation, supervision and collecting statistics of financial participants. For a historical breakdown, here's a link to the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority webpage on Wikipedia.
Best Forex Brokers Denmark
To find the best forex brokers in Denmark, we created a list of all brokers that list Denmark as a country they accept new customers from. We then ranked brokers by their Overall ranking.
Here is our list of the best forex brokers in Denmark.
- Saxo Bank - Best web-based trading platform
- XTB - Great research and education
- Capital.com - Great for beginners, easy to use
- AvaTrade - Great for beginners and copy trading
- Plus500 - Multi-asset CFD broker, intuitive platform
Denmark Forex Brokers Comparison
Compare Denmark authorised forex and CFDs brokers side by side using the forex broker comparison tool or the summary table below. This broker list is sorted by the firm's ForexBrokers.com Overall ranking.
|Accepts DK Residents
|Average Spread EUR/USD - Standard
|0.8 (August 2021)
|Starts from $50
How to Verify DFSA Authorisation
To verify that your broker is regulated by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, visit the DFSA website and search the name of your broker on the the company register page. If the company or broker is authorized by the DFSA, a company profile will appear, complete with a registration number and registration date.
Why regulation is important
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