Compare Brokers in Greece

Looking for brokers in greece? 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 Greece.


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

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IG is one of the most widely recognised brokers in the world. It is also one of the oldest, with over 40 years experience providing regulated financial products and services. With its head office in London, it is authorised and regulated by one of the most trusted industry regulators, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The international group also have 14 sales offices, 9 of which are in European countries, and the closest to Greece is in Italy.

IG offers its own vast trading platform featuring award-winning technology and with more than 15,000 financial markets available to trade in, including indices, stocks, shares, commodities, Forex, and many others. The platform is available with web-based access, or traders can download the app for a variety of different devices. Clients can try out a free demo account to assess the platform and determine whether it is suitable for their needs, with €30,000 worth of virtual currency to trade with. Euros are also available as the preferred currency for a live account. As for relevant payment methods for Greek traders, the company accepts VISA/Mastercard and direct bank deposits.

Popular indices amongst traders from Greece available on the IG platform include the EURO STOXX 50, Germany 30 (DAX), Wall Street and the Italy 40 (FTSE MIB).


AvaTrade is an award-winning broker with over 10 years experience in the industry and more than 200,000 registered clients, spanning across 150 countries. It offers one of the top trading platforms for traders in Greece. With AvaTrade’s EU head office located in Ireland, the group are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland, and also comply with the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive throughout the EEA.

More than 200 financial markets are available for trading through the AvaTrade platforms such as indices, commodities, stocks, cryptocurrencies and Forex trading, with more than 50 currency pairs available to trade on. A free demo account is available for 21 days so clients can test drive their platforms before opening a live account to trade.

The company’s website and trading platforms are available in over 20 different languages. Multiple payment methods are accepted by AvaTrade, namely wire transfer, debit/credit card, and the Ava Debit Card can also be used. Unfortunately, clients from the EU are not eligible to pay through PayPal, Skrill, and other online wallets.


Founded in 2008, Plus500 has grown significantly within a short time span. As of 2016, the company had an active customer base of over 155,000. The platform provided by the Plus500CY Ltd. company operates in Greece under the authorisation and regulation of the well-respected regulator, CySEC (Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission). They are licensed to offer and are primarily providers of contracts for difference (CFDs).

The vast trading platform offered by Plus500 gives clients access to some of the largest markets in the world with more than 2000 financial instruments, including Forex, cryptocurrencies, commodities, shares, and indices, which can be accessed through CFDs. Some of the more popular underlying assets amongst Greek traders include the Greece 20, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Facebook. The website, trading platform, customer support and trading apps are all offered in Greek, with the apps being amongst the highest rated on Google Play and AppStore for CFD trading.

A great feature of Plus500’s trading platform is its availability in 32 different languages, Greek being just one of them. Clients can sign up for a free demo account to assess their trading skills and familiarise themselves with the trading platform ahead of opening a live account. Both the demo and live accounts can use Euros as the base trading currency, and the company accepts a variety of payment methods for Greek traders, including Visa/Mastercard, PayPal/Skrill, and direct bank deposit.

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