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Introducing Brokers (Ibs)

The IB programme is for anyone with a large network of clients looking to expand their business; strategy providers, forex educators and trainers, or regional representatives.

  1. Complete the questionnaire in the ‘Personal Details’ section of your IB panel.
  2. Upload a valid identity document (ID) – passport, ID card, driver’s licence and a Proof of Residence document (POR).

You can start sharing your Referral link with clients as soon as you register.

Your IB referral link will look like this: https://www.forextime.com/?partner_id=49XXXXX

You can find it in your IB panel under ‘Personal Details’.

Of course, just contact your Account Service Manager for more details.

There are a variety of rebate schemes, both dynamic and special - customised to suit the needs of any type of Introducer.

Your Account Service Manager can help you choose the perfect scheme for your business model and style.

A client is considered active when he/she closes a trading position that has been open for more than 60 seconds during the payment period (payment periods range from one week to one month depending on the IB scheme). Positions can be made from any account*, on any instrument and in any lot size.

*except FXTM Pro.

No. You still earn your rebates even if you have one client that trades a 0.01 lot.

Yes, a MIB program allows you to refer other partners (Sub IBs) and earn rewards from their clients.

If you want to register a client as a Sub IB, they need to register using a special MIB referral link. An example format;


Master Introducers can access a variety of schemes and levels.

Your Account Service Manager will be able to guide you through the schemes/levels and help you choose the most suitable one for you.

Once you register as an FXTM client, you can proceed by contacting your Account Service Manager and requesting the transfer.

You should note that your transfer amount cannot exceed the amount of rebates that have been paid into your wallet.

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