Euro Pacific Bank Journal
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Euro Pacific Bank |
- Full listing profile: Euro Pacific Bank broker profile
Is Euro Pacific Bank safe?
- Investor protection: ...
- Regulation: OCIF Puerto Rico, FSC BVI
- Registration: FSA SVG
- Publicly traded: no
- Segregated account: yes
- Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
- Negative Balance Protection: no
Is Euro Pacific Bank trusted?
- Information transparency: high
- Customer service: ...
- Euro Pacific Bank website: semi-detailed, updated
- Euro Pacific Bank popularity (by visitor count): average
How Euro Pacific Bank works
All of the banking products offered on this website, including bank accounts, payment services, foreign exchange, card services, deposits and precious metals are offered exclusively through Euro Pacific Intl. Bank Inc in Puerto Rico.
Brokerage and investment products and services, including products offered on Euro Pacific Trader (EPT), Global TradeStation (GTS) and MetaTrader 4 (MT4), are offered through Euro Pacific Securities, Inc., a licensed broker dealer in the British Virgin Islands (certificate # SIBA/L/17/1112).
The Services in this Agreement are offered by Euro Pacific Securities Inc. (“Euro Pacific Securities”), as an Introducing Broker to Interactive Brokers LLC. Interactive Brokers LLC is the custodian, technology provider, and clearing broker to all transactions executed through Euro Pacific Trader.
Euro Pacific Trader:
Order Routing: Unless otherwise directed, EPS will select the market/dealer to which to route Customer’s orders.
Order Execution: EPS shall execute Customer orders as agent, unless otherwise confirmed. EPS can execute Customer orders as principal. EPS may use another broker, or an affiliate, to execute orders, and they have benefit of all EPS’s rights hereunder.
“Margin trading” can mean engaging in a transaction in which securities are purchased partially through a margin loan extended to you by EPS (for the MetaTrader 4 platform), or Interactive Brokers (“IB”)1 (for the Euro Pacific Trader platform), for which the securities act as collateral.