CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 76.50% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Your security is our top priority

Discover the measures we take to protect your funds and information.

Security of funds

At ThinkMarkets, we’re committed to providing our clients with a secure and transparent trading environment, which is why we’re licensed by multiple financial regulatory bodies worldwide. This oversight means we adhere to strict guidelines to protect our clients and their funds.

Segregated funds

Your capital is segregated from the company’s funds and is never used for the company’s business interests. 

Top-tier banks

We only partner with top-tier, low-credit-risk banks to ensure our clients’ funds are protected.

Capital adequacy

We maintain sufficient liquid capital to safeguard our clients’ funds and assets.

FSCS protection

Your funds are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) up to £85,000 in the rare event of our insolvency.

Security of accounts

Ensuring your personal data is secure and protected is a key priority for us, that’s why we have a range of measures in place to detect and prevent potential security breaches.

Two-factor authentication (2FA) 

We promote using 2FA – a security enhancement feature to improve your account’s protection against unauthorised access.

One-time password verification

OTP provides you with an opportunity to verify the agent contacting you by phone, as an additional measure to prevent our clients from being contacted by fraudsters.

Risk awareness and education

We encourage responsible trading and value your safety, ensuring all our clients are informed and educated about potential risks a trading activity may involve.

Staying safe online

With fraudsters constantly coming up with new ways and reasons to contact potential victims, it is important to be vigilant both online and offline.


Always log out of your account at the end of a session.
Stay alert, question any communications you receive.
Update your password at least every 3 months.
Enable two-factor authentication where possible.


Never share your login credentials.
Do not engage with fraudsters.
Never allow a third party to access your device.

If you receive suspicious communication - email, phone call, WhatsApp, or SMS from someone claiming to be from, or affiliated with ThinkMarkets, please do not disclose any information, or click on any links. If you are unsure of any communication from ThinkMarkets, please contact our client support team.

Update your passwords directly through ThinkPortal, and report any suspicious activity as soon as possible to [email protected].