About The Saxo Group
The Saxo Group is a leading multi-asset trading and investment specialist looking back at over 25 years of Fintech innovation, growth and success.
As Saxo helped drive the revolutions that shifted the business time and again, it has always been energised by the same notion that moves the organisation today. Saxo strives to facilitate multi-asset investment and trading by providing unparalleled access to global financial markets, cutting-edge technologies, and industry-leading expertise.
The Saxo Group is a leading multi-asset trading and investment specialist and a fully licensed bank under the supervision of Danish FSA, headquartered in Copenhagen and operating in financial centers around the world including London, Paris, Zurich, Dubai, Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Saxo facilitates trading and investing for private and institutional clients, providing access to global markets and a broad range of asset classes and tradable instruments. All unified on our robust and intuitive trading platforms, incorporating everything from personalized watch lists to tailored charts, news filters and risk management tools.
Entering the market in 1992, Saxo was a fintech long before the term was created and has proceeded to become one of the most trusted names in online trading and investing. Dedicated to a higher level of service, a broader offering, better technology and competitive pricing, we will continue to provide everything you have come to expect from an online trading house – and more.
Saxo exists at the nexus of its base of institutional and private clients and our cutting-edge financial technology. On this foundation, we create the tools for our clients' success, unconstrained by time, place, market or asset class.
Saxo is extremely proud to have been given the opportunity to participate as a member of the Bank of England’s FX Joint Standing Committee for the purpose reviewing and drafting this important and unprecedented industry-wide initiative.
We welcome the FX Global Code as crucial to strengthening the integrity of the FX industry, and can confirm that we have taken the appropriate steps to align our activities with the principles of the Code.
See Saxo’s statement of commitment to the FX Global Code here.
More information on the FX Global Code (including the Code itself) can be found under here.
To emphasise our goal of ensuring fair outcomes for clients, support for openness and transparency and insight to our unique business model Saxo has taken the initiative to publish an Enhanced Disclosure. The Enhanced Disclosure provides insight to Broker Incentive, Broker stability, Client Leverage and Performance as a proof of the full alignment of interest between Saxo Bank and our clients.
Find our full disclosure here.
As a licensed and regulated Danish bank, the Saxo Bank Group believes in following the recommendations from The Danish Bankers Association. Click on the link below to read how Saxo is meeting these recommendations.
Saxo's trading and investment platforms have put the freedom to trade in the hands of traders and investors everywhere. Consistently winning the industry’s highest accolades, the platform is designed to give you the features, speed and performance you need.
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Saxo Bank believes that The Arts play an important role in defining the culture we live in, and is dedicated to supporting and celebrating Denmark’s most courageous and talented artists. The Saxo Collection is a crucial part of the Bank’s working environment, and provides daily inspiration for the highly specialized individuals working in Saxo’s offices in order to challenge the status quo, innovate and push frontiers.
The Saxo Collection is comprised of works of contemporary art, from canvases and sketches to sculptures and art installations. The Saxo Collection was initiated more than a decade ago and is constantly evolving in its expression, composition and exhibition.
Saxo Bank A/S is a fully licensed European bank under the supervision of Danish FSA. Saxo Bank A/S is subject to stringent financial reporting requirements under EU directives and specific regulations regarding client handling.
The European Investment Directive was introduced in 1996, and on 2 May that year, Saxo Bank A/S (then known as Midas) became the first broker in Denmark to gain approval under this directive. In June 2001, the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority approved a banking licence and the company officially became Saxo Bank A/S.
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