- Home Funding
Fast and Simple Deposits and Withdrawals on the Account
Titan FX enables clients to open accounts and deposit funds in the following base currencies:
- United States Dollar (USD)
- Australian Dollar (AUD)
- Japanese Yen (JPY)
- Singapore Dollar (SGD)
- Euro (EUR)
Clients who wish to fund using other currencies may do so via Neteller and Skrill, however the funds will be converted into the base currency of the trading account at the time of deposit. This conversion is performed by Neteller/Skrill and their exchange rates and fees apply for the conversion.
Credit / Debit Card Payments
Titan FX accepts VISA and Mastercard.
Funds can be wired directly to Titan FX accounts.
Local Bank Transfer (Japan)
Titan FX is able to offer a network of local bank accounts in Japan. This allows clients to deposit funds with a local bank in Japan and save on International wire transfer fees.
Any transaction under a certain value attracts international transfer fees. This fee does NOT apply to deposits above the following amount:
50,001+ JPY – Free
Broker to Broker Transfer
We are happy to accept incoming transfers from most regulated major brokers through our Broker to Broker Transfer (B2B) process. The B2B process allows for direct transfer of funds from one broker to another. Find our more here.
Security of Funds
All client funds are held in Segregated Client Trust Accounts with top tier banks. See our Banking and Funds Security page for more information.
Titan FX does not charge any internal fees for deposits. Please note payments to and from international banking institutions may attract transfer fees from either party, independently of Titan FX. Any such fees will be the responsibility of the client.
Titan FX does not accept payments from or make payments to third parties. In accordance with AML protocol all funds must be transferred to and from an account in the name of the Titan FX trading account. This protocol applies to all transfer types (bank transfers, credit card payments, Skrill and Neteller payments). In addition, Skrill and Neteller accounts must have the same registered email address as your trading account.