Saxo Bank A/S

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Business Focus
investment and trading services

Saxo Bank is a privately-owned Danish bank, established in 1992. In 1998 Saxo Bank launched one of the first online trading platforms, making professional-grade tools and multi-asset market access available to everyone. Saxo Bank is a global service provider, operating in different countries via its branches and subsidiaries. Saxo Bank specializes in providing online investment and trading services, allowing individuals, banks and brokers to trade dorex, CFDs, stocks, futures, options and other derivatives via its trading platforms online. Saxo Bank A/S operated as a branch of SAXO BANK A/S (Denmark).

Bank Category

Branches of foreign banks

Services

online investments
online trading services

Clients

private individuals
companies

Area Served

Worldwide

Products

trading accounts
corporate accounts

Deposit Guarantee

Protected Amount
up to 100,000 EUR
Guarantee Fund
Deposit Guarantee Fund for Banks
Covered Depositors
natural persons (domestic and foreign)
legal entites (domestic and foreign)
Covered Accounts
all accounts

Saxo Bank A/S participates in the deposit guarantee scheme of Cyprus. This deposit guarantee scheme applies to all accounts made by natural persons (domestic and foreign), legal entites (domestic and foreign) and covers up to up to 100,000 EUR per bank per depositor. Saxo Bank A/S is a member of Deposit Guarantee Fund for Banks and makes its contributions into it.

Contacts

1, Ayias Fylaxeos Street, 1st floor, 3025, Limassol, Cyprus

Saxo Bank A/S was located in Limassol.

Bank Identifiers

Company Number
ΑΕ 2674
MFI ID
CY120034

Bank History

Start Date
December 2011
Close Date
March 2017

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