Saxo Capital Markets UK

Saxo Bank has operated in the UK since March 2006, originally as a branch of Saxo Bank A/S. Saxo now operates under the name Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited.

Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Saxo Bank A/S, the parent company of the Saxo Bank Group, an international financial services group specialising in trading and investment across global financial markets.

From Saxo Capital Markets website:

Saxo Capital Markets UK offers private investors online trading and investment in Forex, FX Options, CFDs, ETFs, Stocks, Futures and other derivatives, and online wealth management for Funds, Shares, ETFs, Certificates and Bonds.

Saxo Capital Markets UK also offers online trading services to a broad institutional client base including Hedge Funds, Introducing Brokers and Money Managers.

Additionally, a large base of Banks, Brokers, Asset and Money managers utilise our award winning white label solutions, in order to provide their clients with access to our trading platforms and associated liquidity.


Saxo Capital Markets currently offers trading opportunities in the following markets:

American Stock Exchange, Euronext Amsterdam, Australian Stock Exchange Ltd., Euronext Brussels, OMX Copenhagen, OMX Copenhagen – First North, OMX Copenhagen, Investment Trusts, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, OMX Helsinki, Euronext Lisbon, London International Exchange, London Stock Exchange SEAQ Market, London Stock Exchange SETS Market, Milano Stock Exchange, NASDAQ Global Markets, NASDAQ Capital Market, New York Stock Exchange, NYSE ARCA, Oslo Stock Exchange, OTC Bulletin Board on NASDAQ, Euronext Paris, Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited, Sistema De Interconexion Bursatil Espanol, OMX Stockholm, OMX Stockholm – First North, Swiss Exchange, TSX Venture Stock Exchange, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Wiener Börse (Vienna) Stock Exchange, SWX Europe and Warsaw Stock Exchange.


The list of currencies you can bet on at Saxo Capital Markets include the US dollar (USD), Australian dollar (AUD), Canadian dollar (CAD), New Zealand dollar (NZD), Japanese yen (JPY), euro (EUR), pound (GBP), Swiss franc (CHF), Czech Republic koruna (CZK), Singapore dollar (SGD), Danish krone (DKK), Mexican peso (MXN), Norwegian kroner (NOK), Polish zloty (PLN), Swedish krona (SEK), South African rand (ZAR), Hungarian forint (HUF), Turkish lira (TRY), Russian ruble (RUB), Romanian leu (RON), United Arab Emirates dirhams (AED), Bahrain dinars (BHD), Hong Kong dollars (HKD), Israeli shekels (ILS), Jordanian dinars (JOD), Kuwaiti dinars (KWD), Lithuanian litai (LTL), Omani rials (OMR), Qatar riyals (QAR), Saudi Arabian riyals (SAR).


Saxo Markets offers a large selection of CFDs on a range of international markets and stock indexes.


With Saxo Markets, you can trade on a wide variety of ETFs on many different international exchanges.

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