All traders who decide to register with CapitalMarketsBanc have 3 different basic account types at their disposal. There are also 3 additional accounts that determine certain aspects of trading in a more detailed way, but more on that later.
CapitalMarketsBanc Micro account is the cheapest on the list, with only $250 required as a minimum deposit. This account offers standard spreads, and both binary and forex trading so traders can diversify their portfolio. They also get access to the academy, all trading tools, social trading and 1:200 leverage.
CapitalMarketsBanc has a somewhat higher price tag in terms of minimum deposit – $2500. Traders get all the benefits of Micro account, and some additional ones: adjustable leverage, stocks for FX (or CFDs trading), dedicated account manager and risk management.
CapitalMarketsBanc offers minimum deposit that starts at $20,000 which is really pricey for most beginners and average traders. Traders get both floating and fixed spreads, as well as advanced strategies and tailor mode.
ECN account is the first on the list of our special accounts. In CapitalMarketsBanc review, we noticed how this account offers floating spreads and 1:100 leverage. Minimum lot is 0.1, and a maximum lot is 100. All other features are standard as on other account types. One of the main benefits of ECN accounts, is that traders can enjoy tighter spreads and after hours trading.
Islamic account is not an account per se, but a set of features that are implemented to your trading account so that everything is in compliance with Sharia law. This is of great importance for Muslim traders. Keep in mind that this account is not available for traders of other religions.
This account includes +10 EURUSD spreads, 1:200 leverage, and no swaps.
CapitalMarketsBanc Review showed how this broker offers VIP account as well, but only to those that deposit more than $100,000. VIP account is dedicated exclusively to high volume traders. IT provides more customized and personalized trading experience with adjustable leverage.
CapitalMarketsBanc demo account is listed as a part of standard MT$ trading platforms. However, we were unable to trade with a free demo account during this review. Unfortunately, even after we filled out the entire form, we couldn’t press the correct button as it was inactive.