Introducing broker

Partner with a market leader and one of the best Forex broker providing clients with MetaTrader 5 trading platforms.

Professionalism, a respected brand may be some of the reasons our partners choose Alpha Trading Hub to build their Introducing Broker business.

Why become our partner?


High commisions

Set your goals,
grow your business.


Tight spread

Trading with raw spread from 0.0pips.


Fast and Reliable payment

We have a monthly payment system that you can rely on.


Personal Account Manager

Get exceptional support from experienced Forex affiliate account managers.


Extensive MT5 Reporting

Check your referral commissions in real-time with our advanced reporting system.


Multi-tier levels

Your affiliates earn for referring clients and other partners.

Partner FAQ

What is Introducing Broker?

An Introducing Broker (IB) is essentially an agent which introduces new customers to a Forex brokerage. You will get a part of commission fee which is charged on volume ordered by your clients. The rebate will be paid to you for lifetime.

What does an Introducing Broker do?

Introducing Brokers provide service to their clients. It may take the form of assisting clients who need full service or providing technical support to online traders. In general, a good introducing broker will do their best to provide constant and helpful information, assisting their clients with any trade-related and customer service issues.

How to become an Introducing Broker?

Please fill in the registration form below.

How to start earn with us?

Sign up

Join our IB program and earn ongoing rebates from the trading activity of your clients.


Start referring clients and track daily volume rebates of your referrals in our bespoke IB Portal.


Earn up to $8 per lot on your clients’ trading. The more client trade, the more you make!

Become our partner

If you have any questions or enquiries, fill in the form and one of our IB Managers will get back to you soon.

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