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Do you trade forex, indices or commodities in large volumes? If so, you could take advantage of our cash rebates scheme.
Our rebate scheme puts money directly back into the accounts of eligible^ clients who trade with us in high volumes.
In the 2016/17 financial year, we paid out £9.9 million as cash rebates to our retail clients globally*.
We introduced the scheme as a way of rewarding our clients for their loyalty and trading activity and it's proved to be very popular, particularly as the earned cash rebate can either be withdrawn or used to open new trades.
Eligible clients receive rebates once they meet our minimum monthly trade value requirements for an asset class (forex, indices or commodities). If you meet the requirements for one asset class, you automatically qualify for rebates for the other asset classes.
If you are a high-volume trader of equities and would like to discuss cash rebates, please contact our Client Services team on 020 7170 8200.
Learn more about our cash rebate structure by choosing account type below.
You could earn cash rebates if you regularly trade forex, indices or commodities. We calculate your trade value for each asset class to work out your rebate each month. We then pay the rebate you’ve earned into your account within the first few days of the following month. Find out more about how we calculate our monthly rebates and view our rebates conditions.
Losses can exceed deposits
Over and above our cash rebates, you’ll be looking for competitive pricing, an advanced and robust trading platform, and a bespoke service that puts you first. Here at CMC Markets we’re able to fulfil all of this – and much more besides. We provide a dedicated relationship manager for all our high value clients, giving you the peace of mind that you can easily and quickly contact your own experienced member of our Sales Trading desk.
While we’re committed to our cash rebates scheme, our goal is to deliver tight spreads regardless of market volatility. Our typical forex spreads, for example, are a reflection of this aim. On the popular EUR/USD and USD/JPY FX pairs, our minimum spread is 0.7 points, and our typical spread on these two instruments is also just 0.7 points (based on global data for September 2017). This demonstrates that our minimum spreads are not dramatically different compared to the spread you would typically find available on our platform – unlike some other providers.
We also offer competitive rates across over 9,500 instruments, including spreads from 1.4 points on US 30 and 0.3 points on Gold. So, if you do trade in large enough volumes to meet our qualifying criteria, you could potentially benefit from receiving a regular cash rebates payment alongside competitive and reliable pricing.
We’ve continued to win a number of key awards in recent years, confirming that we’re on the right track and reinforcing our position among the leaders in the industry. Some of the accolades we've received include 'Financial Services Provider of the Year' (Shares Awards, 2016) and Best Customer Service (Investment Trends 2017 UK Leverage Trading Report).
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*Based on data from our spread betting and CFD platforms in all countries we operate in.
†Awarded Best Platform Features and Best Mobile Phone/Tablet Platform; ranked highest for Platform Reliability and Charting, based on highest user satisfaction among spread betters, CFD and FX traders, Investment Trends 2017 UK Leverage Trading Report; Best Online Trading Platform, Shares Awards 2016; Best Forex Trading Platform, UK Forex Awards 2016.
Losses can exceed deposits