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Everything about Introducing Broker program

Our Introducing Broker (IB) Partnership Program offers an opportunity for you to gain rewards as a partner, all you need to get started is to register an account with JustMarkets.

Partner statuses available under the Introducing Broker program

Partner status Partner levels Features
Partner Advanced partner
Partner
Partner is the first and most basic level of partnership. You are given a partner link in your Personal Area when you register, so simply share your link and invite new clients to JustMarkets.
Requirements: Automatically granted with a registered Back Office.
Introducing Broker (IB) Silver partner
Gold partner
Platinum partner
Brilliant partner
IBs receive personal partnership conditions, such as higher partner commission, personal KAM manager, opportunity to activate subpartner program etc.
Requirements:
  • Total trading volume of 30 million USD for the last 3 months (Silver partner);
  • Fully verified Back Office.

How to increase your partner reward

  • To move from Partner to Advanced Partner, you will need to fulfil the following requirements:
    • Have a total trading volume of 15 million USD for last 3 months

Our system will automatically upgrade your level to Advanced Partner.

  • To move from Advanced Partner to Introducing Broker (IB), you will need to meet the following requirements:
    • Have a fully verified Back Office
    • Have a total trading volume of 30 million USD for last 3 months (Silver partner)

Our system will automatically upgrade your status to IB.

Losing IB status

Failing to meet minimum requirements during 3 qualifications in a row will result in a loss of your Introducing Broker partner status to Partner.

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