FOREX is the most liquid worldwide decentralized over-the-counter financial market for the trading of currencies. Traditionally the purpose of the foreign exchange market is to assist international trade (importers/exporters) and investment by allowing businesses to convert one currency to another.

Forex trading is about buying one currency and selling another simultaneously. Currencies are traded in pairs such as EUR vs. USD. When one of these two currencies appreciates, it means that the value of the other currency decreases.

The forward exchange rate contracts are currency exchange operations with mandatory settlement at a future date, executed only at the Client's order.

Unlike other financial markets, investors may react in case of currency fluctuations caused by economic events, political and social, when they occur, without having to wait for open markets.

Trading on this market can be very profitable; however it also carries a high level of risk, and the possibility to incur large losses due to the leverage effect.

How Can I Invest?

Forex trading can now be performed through Interactive Brokers. Ieba Trust is Introducing Broker for Interactive Brokers.

Complete details on Interactive Brokers, including: name, offered services, information about the Guarantee Fund for Depositors, address of headquarters, global offices, contact data, share capital, annual reports, company management, origin country, authorizing decisions, significant shareholders, can be found by accessing the website  

How can I open an investment account?

If you intend to trade through Interactive Brokers, the contractual relationship is with Interactive Brokers directly, Interactive Brokers ensuring the orders taking over and the transactions execution. Ieba Trust offers you support for opening the account and for communication with Interactive Brokers, based on an Introducing Broker Contract concluded between Ieba Trust and Interactive Brokers.


For additional information regarding the trading account opening on FOREX market, please contact us at:, tel: 021 313 01 02, fax: 021 313 15 95.