Compare Brokers in Thailand

Looking for brokers in thailand? 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 Thailand.


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

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AvaTrade are a globally recognised, multinational online broker and one of the leading online financial brokers. Their services are available to customers in Thailand through the international company, AVA Trade Ltd, which is regulated by the BVI Financial Services Commission. AvaTrade’s EU subsidiary is also regulated and authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland.

AvaTrade’s variety of platforms ensure clients have access to the wide range of financial instruments available, either through the industries trusted FX platform, MT4, or through AvaTrade’s own platforms, such as AvaTradeAct. The latter offers access to the full range of financial markets, including indices, shares, stocks, bonds, Forex, and cryptocurrencies.

In addition, the company’s website offers comprehensive educational resources for learning traders such as free eBooks, webinars, articles, educational videos, and market indicators. A dedicated education platform is available, known as SharpTrader.

The AvaTrade platforms can either be accessed directly through a web browser, or can be downloaded as an app for different devices, such as mobiles and tablets.

The two main payment methods accepted by AvaTrade are credit/debit card, with a minimum initial deposit of $100 required to open the account; and wire transfer with a minimum deposit value of $500.

Traders can also benefit from a free 21-day demo account is available for beginning traders to hone their trading skills.


IG Group are a trading services provider offering clients access to over 15,000 financial markets, including commodities, stocks, currencies, and more. Formed in 1974 in the UK, they have now extended their reach around the world, with offices in 15 different countries, in excess of 185,000 international customers, and a net global revenue of over £400 million as at May 2017.

IG are regulated in the UK by the UK industry authority, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). They are also subject to supervision from other bodies in the various jurisdictions where they provide their services. These include the French Prudential Supervision and Resolution Authority (Banque de France), and the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority.

IG Group consolidated their brands in 2012 to offer a global service, which is accessible to customers from Thailand through the main IG website. The site is available in English, French, German, Chinese, Japanese and a number of other languages, so traders can select a language to suit their preference.

As well as providing access to specialised telephone trading support services, IG clients can trade online via their range of powerful platforms. Platform apps are available to download for desktop computers, as well as mobile devices. This allows traders to be unrestricted by time differences experienced across the sales offices.

IG offer a complete training course for new customers with what is known as the ‘Six-Step CFD Course’. There are also many online seminars that traders can take part in to help them develop their trading strategies.

IG have voluntarily signed up to the FX Global Code of Conduct, highlighting that they are putting the fair treatment of their customers above everything.


XTB, formerly X-Trade or X-Trade Brokers, were established in Poland and pioneered leveraged broker services for Forex trading in the region. Now they are one of the largest brokers in Europe, with offices in Germany, France, Poland, Turkey, the UK, Spain, Bulgaria, Greece, Belgium, Portugal and the Netherlands.

They also offer services to international clients, with registered offices in Chile and Belize. All XTB’s subsidiaries comply with the regional regulatory oversight provided by such regulators as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), and the international regulator based in Belize, the International Financial Services Commission (IFSC). As a fully regulated broker, they ensure client’s deposits are kept segregated from their operating capital.

The range of markets XTB offers includes: Forex, indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies, equity CFDs (contracts for difference) and ETFs (Exchange-Traded Funds) CFDs. For FX instruments, the leverage offered is a maximum of 1:200, indices 1:133, commodities 1:66, equity CFDs 1:10, and ETFs also 1:10. Clients need to understand their appetite for risk before taking advantage of leverage, as it can amplify exposure to market movements, and if these go against the client, can result in large capital losses.

There are different account types available to XTB’s Thai clients: Standard Accounts and Pro Accounts. All clients are assigned a personal account manager.

Deposits and withdrawals can be made using bank transfer, credit cards, and traders from Thailand can also use e-wallets, such as Neteller.

There are two trading platforms for IG customers to choose from: the award-winning xStation 5, or the MT4 platform. Both are web-based and can also be accessed from multiple devices such as smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches via a downloadable app.

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