Regulations and licensing

As a Regulated Forex broker, we have to adhere to financial market regulations, especially those of CySEC (Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission) & ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority). This page serves the purpose of guiding you through all regulatory authorities and the national banks authorizations we are obligated to follow.


Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission

Purple Trading is a trade mark (no. 85981) owned and operated by L.F. Investment Limited, a licensed Cyprus Investment Firm regulated by the CySEC lic. no. 271/15. L.F. Investment Limited is legally obligated to follow all laws of Cyprus and rules and conditions of its CySEC license.



ESMA is the European Securities and Markets Authority is an independent body of the European Union whose main objective is to strengthen investor protection and promote well-functioning financial markets. This does by introducing measures that contribute to safeguarding the stability of the EU financial system.


As a regulated broker, Purple Trading is licensed in the following countries:


Czech Republic












Registration no. 4246



Registration no. 75378


Registration no. 145745



Registration no. 4023


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What is Purple Trading brand?
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Purple Trading is an international professional broker offering a high-quality environment for trading on financial markets. We are a regulated STP broker, we only offer trading accounts with variable spreads and all our real account clients’ trades are sent directly to the interbank market.

Clients of the company can trade actively by themselves, or connect their account to a selected trading strategy. And if they are interested in the long term investment they can use our ETF products.

Purple Trading also offers the opportunity to become introducing partner or strategy provider.
Is there any legal relationship between the client and Purple Trading?
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The legal relationship between the client and Purple Trading begins with proper approval of the registration, followed by opening a trading account. When filling out the registration form, every client accepts the Terms and Conditions of Purple Trading and agrees with the documentation in the English language. Once the account is created, the client receives the Terms and Conditions which he has agreed with.
How does Purple Trading protect my personal data?
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Purple Trading gives great priority to the protection of personal data of their clients and is focused on keeping them safe at all times.
You can read more about this topic in Terms and conditions here, on page 16.
Who may open a trading account by Purple Trading?
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In accordance with the License conditions, any individual (at least 18 years old) or legal entity who fills out a registration form, accepts the Terms and Conditions and provides the necessary documents for registration including a document proving the postal address in EEA may open an account. Due to the decision of the Belgian regulator, it is not possible to accept Belgian clients. The restriction applies to residents of Russia, Great Britain, Switzerland, France, Great britain and Gibraltar as well. 
Residents of which countries do you accept as new clients?
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Due to our regulation we can only accept client registration from EEA countries (European Economic Area) - Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Unfortunately, we can NOT accept residents outside the European Union and also Belgium, San Marino, the UK, France, Russia, Switzerland, and Gibraltar.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 76.60 % of retail investors lose their capital when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.