Broker name: Plus500
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Headquarters address: Plus500 Ltd: 125 Menachem Begin Blvd., Tel Aviv, Israel
Other locations: Plus500UK Ltd: 78 Cornhill, London EC3V 3QQ United Kingdom

Plus500CY Ltd: 1 Siafi Street, Office 104, Limassol 3042 Cyprus

Contact Tel: +44 203 876 1641
Contact email:
CEO: David Zruia
Licenses: Plus500UK Ltd authorized & regulated by the FCA (#509909), CySEC (Cyprus), ASIC (Australia), FMA (New Zealand), FSCA (South Africa), MAS (Singapore), FSA (Seychelles)
Trading Platforms: Plus500 WebTrader, Mobile trader (iOS, Android)
Affiliate Program: 500Affiliates is the official affiliate program of the global Plus500 trading platform and a pioneer in the financial field. In a short period of time we have established a reputation for being one of the most profitable affiliate programs. With 500Affiliates, an affiliate can earn up to $800 per Qualified Trader, making it one of the most profitable payment plans in the financial industry.
Broker Description: Plus500 is a leading provider of Contracts for Difference (CFDs), delivering trading facilities on shares, forex, commodities, cryptocurrencies (availability subject to regulations), ETFs, options and indices, alongside innovative trading technology.

Plus500 Ltd is a publicly traded company, listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange.

Plus500 is one of the highest rated CFD trading apps on Apple’s App Store and Google Play as it is simple to use yet powerful in its many advanced features. It also includes CFDs on popular financial instruments.

Plus500’s consistent focus on innovation, best-in-class user experience and breadth of offering are the key elements of increasing activity of Active Customers on the Trading Platform. Plus500’s continued emphasis on innovation will enable it to continue to be amongst the first to market in launching new instruments which customers find desirable, such as high profile, newly listed equities.

Plus500 has licensed subsidiaries around the world in locations which include the UK, EU, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Singapore.

77% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.