Being one of the most trusted STP-ECN brokers in the world, SCM only does business with the most reputable banks in the industry to ensure safety of funds. These include some of Scandinavia’s most trusted brands.

All client funds are held in a segregated trust account which ensures client money is always separated from the company and only used as margin to be able to execute the client’s trade. Given Sweden’s strong and well-capitalized banking infrastructure, SCM’s funds are held with Sweden’s largest banks which include:




SCM’s banking relationships allow you to deposit in a variety of currencies.

Your funds will be transferred to one of the following currencies that your account will be denominated in USD or EUR or another currency upon your request and internal approval. To begin trading it is required for you to deposit into your segregated trading account. You may deposit in the following currencies: AUD, USD, EUR, GBP, JPY, SEK, or another currency upon your request and internal approval.

Payment Methods at SCM


All transactions on the currency spot market are speculative and all investments should be made using risk capital that is not crucially required. There may be a considerable risk of losses on the currency spot market and all transactions using Scandinavian Capital Markets SCM AB are at risk of capital loss. You should consider carefully whether such investments are appropriate to you, taking into account your financial assets. We advise everyone to seek independent advice regarding issues concerning investments on the currency spot market. No information on this website should be understood to constitute financial advice from Scandinavian Capital Markets SCM AB. It is published for information and marketing purposes. SCM does not accept clients from the U.S, Iran, Syria, North Korea, Yemen and Cuba. SCM may reject any applicant from any jurisdiction at their sole discretion without the requirement to explain the reason why.

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