Compare Brokers in Indonesia

Looking for brokers in indonesia? We have compared 24 broker accounts (out of 147) that are suitable for you below.

We found 24 broker accounts (out of 147) that are suitable for Indonesia.


Between 54-87% of retail CFD accounts lose money. Based on 69 brokers who display this data.

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AvaTrade are one of the leading online financial brokers. Founded in 2006, the company have significantly grown over the years and have attracted around 200,000 customers worldwide. Their brokerage services are available to clients in many Asian countries, including Indonesia. They are a multinational company with offices in various locations around the world. AVA Trade Ltd are internationally regulated by the BVI Financial Services Commission. The company’s website is available in over 15 different languages, including English, which is widely spoken in the region. Customer helplines are available in China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan.

AvaTrade’s website offers comprehensive educational materials and tools for traders, with a dedicated platform for accessing them, known as SharpTrader. These resources include free webinars, eBooks, market indicators, articles, and educational videos. Through the AvaTrade platforms, customers can access more than 250 financial instruments across diverse markets such as indices, stocks, commodities, cryptocurrencies, and bonds. Customers can also trade in Forex through the MetaTrader 4 platform. A notable feature of AvaTrade is that it offers Islamic accounts for customers based in Muslim countries such as Indonesia. Islamic accounts are free of interest-based fees, as such fees and transactions are not allowed by the Islamic faith.

All of the trading platforms offered by AvaTrade are accessible via both web browsers, and as apps on mobile devices. Traders can start with a free 21-day demo account in order to polish their trading skills and to help them decide which of the AvaTrade platforms will be the most suitable. Customers in Indonesia can deposit funds using e-wallet providers such as PayPal and Neteller. Deposits can also be accepted via wire transfer and credit/debit card, with a minimum deposit amount of US$100. Base currencies for the account can also be GBP, EUR or AUD.


XTB (formerly X-Trade) were established in 2002 as pioneers of Foreign Exchange leveraged trading services in Poland. Their main office base remains in Warsaw, however their services have since extended across Europe, and they are now an international broker with offices around the world. Their wide range of markets give retail traders the opportunity to enter some of the world’s most important markets, wherever they are located.

Branch offices are located in Germany, France, Turkey, and Belize, amongst other countries. Their financial conduct is closely monitored by regulatory authorities which include KNF, FCA, BaFin, and CMB. Traders from Indonesia are offered an international version of the XTB website, which is provided by XTB International Limited (XTB), and regulated by the International Financial Services Commission in Belize. The website is in English, however support for a range of different languages is provided for XTB clients, including French, Spanish and Italian.

XTB are highly rated by socially active clients. As XTB are making use of the latest technology available, their trading services are amongst the most advanced in the world. Traders are offered some of the most proactive trading features through their two platforms, the proprietary xStation 5 which is an award-winning platform with many advanced features; and MT4, which is used by the industry around the world, and is provided with enhanced features from XTB.

XTB believe in establishing long-term relationships with their client base, helping them to meet their trading goals. Each individual is offered access to a personal account manager and customer support is available around the clock.

Clients from Indonesia can select from two different account levels, a standard account, or a pro account. Each can be funded using bank transfers, debit and credit cards, or ePayments.

Between 54-87% of retail CFD accounts lose money. Based on 69 brokers who display this data.