Your Funds Are Segregated
At Nadex, we take the integrity of the exchange and the safety of customer funds extremely seriously.
How Does Nadex Protect Your Funds?
|All customer money is held in segregated client bank accounts in accordance with the CFTC’s client money rules||✔|
|All customer money is held in top-tier U.S. banks (BMO Harris and JP Morgan Chase)||✔|
|Nadex is subject to regulatory oversight by the CFTC||✔|
|We do not leverage customer deposits through exotic investments||✔|
|We do not initiate speculative positions in the market||✔|
|We do not trade, either on Nadex or elsewhere||✔|
|Nadex is a wholly owned subsidiary of IG Group – a London-based FTSE 250 company listed on the London Stock Exchange||✔|
We Segregate All Customer Funds
We hold all customer funds in segregated bank accounts in accordance with the CFTC rules regarding client money.
Customer funds are held in accounts in the U.S. at either BMO Harris or JP Morgan Chase.
The funds in these accounts are held entirely separately from our own money and can never be treated as belonging to us. This ensures that in the event of any default by Nadex, your funds will be returned to you rather than being treated as a recoverable asset
Nadex is subject to regulatory oversight by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
The CFTC is a government body that has regulatory oversight over the industry and is committed to protecting market users from fraud and manipulation.
As a regulated exchange, Nadex is completely neutral with respect to the activity that takes place on it. We do not trade and we do not take speculative positions in the market, either on Nadex or elsewhere. See the Regulated Exchange page for more information.
Additional Levels of Security
Beyond adhering to the regulatory requirements for segregating customer funds, our unique products and trading rules offer additional levels of security.
All products traded on Nadex are fully collateralized, which means that the funds to establish a position must physically be on deposit in one of our segregated bank accounts before we will accept an order on the exchange.
We also employ 'cap checks' to ensure we hold the funds to cover the maximum possible loss (and pay out the maximum possible profit) in advance of every trade.
Open An Account Today
You can open an account with Nadex in less than five minutes. It’s free to open and there’s no obligation to trade.
When you are ready to start trading, you need to make a minimum initial deposit of at least $100. After your first deposit, there is no minimum deposit amount, but your account must have enough to cover the maximum potential loss you could incur on your open positions.