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Introducing Brokers (IB) At BlackBull Markets

by Feb 18, 2021Trading Guides

What is an Introducing Broker (IB)?

At BlackBull Markets, an Introducing Broker is a structure we offer our clients who bring in more clients that trade. We offer a set rebate (listed below) on certain products for each client that the introducing broker introduces.

What is an Introducing Broker (IB)?

At BlackBull Markets, an Introducing Broker is a structure we offer our clients who bring in more clients that trade. We offer a set rebate (listed below) on certain products for each client that the introducing broker introduces.

How does the IB Structure Work?

Once you have signed up for a live account and have set up an IB account with us, we will give you a link that you provide to your clients to sign up under.*

It is easy to become an Introducing Broker, with our commission structure being highly competitive. Our offering is as follows.

  • $4 U.S Dollar rebate per lot traded on a standard for Foreign Exchange, Gold and Silver
  • $2 U.S Dollar rebate per lot traded on a prime account for Foreign Exchange, Gold and Silver
  • Sub-IB’s are available. Please contact the Sales Team at support@blackbullmarkets.com

If you have a foreign exchange website, forum, or trading group, becoming an IB with us can bring you stable income every month just by signing them up on the BlackBull Markets platform.

Ready to become an IB? You will need to sign up for a live account here.

*Note: They must use this link when they are signing up. You will not get rebates from their trades if they do not use your link code when signing up. The client will have to come to us and request they be put under your IB.

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