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Advice, forecasts, trading and hedging on currency market

Margin trading is highly speculative and may not be suitable for all investors


Within a wide range of offers available for retail investors, our partner FXOpen is one of the only brokers to tick all the following boxes:

  • True ECN Execution requiring it to transmit 100% of orders on the market (+ Level II Plugin) ;

  • Double regulation in AAA countries: ASIC (Australia) and FCA (UK) ;

  • Total segregation of Satelys clients funds, which are held at a top-tier custodian (Commonwealth Bank of Australia) ;

  • Investor eWallet for easy trading monitoring and online account management ;

  • Exemplarity with respect to regulators, showing not the least fine in its ASIC/FCA History.



To benefit from our performance on the market, please follow the process below:

1- Register by clicking here and submit documents for verification (proof of identity/proof of address).

WARNING: Keep your PIN code safe as it will be useful for internal transfers and withdrawals.

2- Click on LOGIN or access your eWallet by clicking here.

3- Confirm your email address then click on Next to open your account (about 10 minutes).

4- Upload the requested documents to reach Grade 2 and be allowed to make a deposit.

5- While your documents are reviewed (more or less 24 hours), add investment account by clicking on Add Account > Investment (EUR, GBP, USD or CHF).

6- Once your documents are accepted, fund your new investment account by clicking on Add Funds > Wire Transfer. Our custodian is Commonwealth Bank of Australia. IMPORTANT : Funds in euros are deposited on a bank account which is dedicated to Satelys customers only (separated from other FXOpen customers funds).

7- Contact us to join our PAMM (Percent allocation management module) and start to receive our trades.

Risk Warning : Margin trading is highly speculative and may not be suitable for all investors. Please be sure you understand the risks and only invest what you can afford to lose. Request an additional opinion if necessary. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.