Why you should consider being an Introducing Broker with Tradeview

What is an Introducing Broker? Some of you would have heard of this term before. An introducing broker, also referred to as an IB, is a person who does exactly what the name suggests – Introduces new traders to the broker.

An introducing broker is a freelance affiliate for a broker who will greatly benefit from bringing in new business.

Introducing Brokers at Tradeview currently earn $2.50 up to $10 per round lot traded through affiliate accounts.

The benefit of being an IB is you get paid to bring in new business. You do not need to be a professional trader. Introducing Brokers can be:

  • Traders
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Marketing experts
  • Network Marketers
  • Motivation Speakers

Introducing Brokers are given a link to send to their leads which they will sign up with. Once they are signed up. They are officially under you and you can begin to profit.

Introducing-Broker-TradeviewIntroducing brokers do not need to do anything once the client is signed up. You simply profit from your affiliates when they trade. You cash out your funds when you prefer.

Some of the best introducing brokers do not even trade but rather focus on bringing interested traders to our broker. Tradeview offers great spreads, excellent customer service and wide array of services – it is a win-win for the introducing broker and the trader.

Applying to become an Introducing broker is no different than applying for a normal account and can be completed within 24 hours of applying.

Our friendly customer service team is available on live chat 24/5 and an account manager will always be available to assist you.

For the more experienced traders who would like to bring business to Tradeview, we also offer MAM accounts & White labels which can be discussed more in depth with your account manager.

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If you need support starting your trading journey, please email rboltman@tvmarkets.com to assist you.

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Adam Saward

 

Adam Saward
Head of UK Business Development
asaward@tvmarkets.com