Compare Brokers in Sweden

Looking for brokers in sweden? 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 Sweden.


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

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The Plus500 trading platform in Sweden is offered by subsidiary company, Plus500 CY Ltd. As such, they are regulated by Cyprus based regulatory body, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), with authorisation to offer contracts for difference (CFDs), amongst other financial instruments.

The Plus500 platform is a top choice for Swedish traders as it supports the Swedish language and is available with a base currency of Swedish Krona. The selected base currency must be set up in the live account before any trading activity takes place, as it is not able to be changed after. A free demo account is available for traders to practise their skills, and the platform is available to be viewed online through a browser, or can be downloaded as an app for mobile devices. Just some of the popular markets within Sweden include the Sweden 30 (OMX30), Brent Oil and the EUR/USD CFD.

A Swedish language version of the website is available, providing customers with a wealth of information about the company and the instruments on offer. Customer support is also available via live chat and email, also in Swedish.

Clients from Sweden depositing or withdrawing funds from their Plus500 account can use debit/credit cards, PayPal and Skrill.


Also with its own dedicated Swedish language website is AvaTrade, a well established online CFD and Forex trading services provider, with over 10 years of experience. Within the EU, the subsidiary company, AVA Trade EU Ltd, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland, and compliant with the regulatory framework set out in the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID). Protection of client funds and data are therefore of the highest priority.

AvaTrade offer a variety of different platforms to suit the needs of their customers. The industry standard, MetaTrader 4 is available, along with AvaTrade’s own platforms, AvaTradeGO and AvaTradeAct. Clients can also benefit from automated trading options, which allow clients to copy trades, signals and strategies from other traders, or just allow the auto-trading algorithm to select a trading strategy from over 100 million options. The flexibility therefore offered by AvaTrade is another reason that Swedish traders of all levels may choose this broker over more targeted competitors.

Furthermore, live Swedish language support is available during the hours that markets are open, and customers can select their base currency as Euros, US dollars or GBP upon opening the account.

Deposit methods include credit/debit card and wire transfers.


IG are a widely recognised online broker with offices in 14 countries around the world. They are one of the most experienced brokers with more than 40 years in the industry. IG Group Holdings are a FTSE 250 company that, as of May 31st, 2017, held a market capitalisation value of £ 2.1 billion. The company are authorised and supervised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and their Swedish branch is based in Stockholm and registered with the Financial Supervisory Authority in Sweden.

IG hosts a technologically advanced financial platform, offering more than 15,000 markets from around the world. They are leading providers of CFDs and Forex, allowing clients to trade on indices, stocks, shares, raw materials, and other markets. Amongst the most popular stocks offered for Swedish traders on IG’s platform are the iShares MSCI Sweden ETF, Sweden 30, OMX Stockholm Benchmark (OMXSBPI)

IG’s website is available in the Swedish language, and offers a variety of educational content for both new and experienced traders, such as educational videos, readings and free webinars. Clients can practise their trading skills by opening a free demo account with SEK 100,000 worth of virtual funds to trade with. Swedish language customer support is also available via email or telephone.

The company accepts payments through direct bank deposit and VISA/Mastercard.

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