LSE exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Capital Markets. Location United Kingdom, London.

IG Group Holdings plc [IGG.LUnited Kingdom

776USD5.5 (-0.71%)

• At close Fri Nov 04 2022

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About IG Group Holdings plc

IG Group Holdings plc engages in the online trading business worldwide. The company offers Over-the-counter (OTC) leveraged derivatives, which include CFD (contracts for difference) that enable clients to take advantage of changes in an asset's price without owning the asset itself, as well as access to a range of risk-mitigation measures, including stops and limits and a limited risk account; and spread bets and options. It also provides exchange-traded derivatives under the tastytrade, an online brokerage and investor education platform; Nadex, a US derivatives exchange; and Spectrum, a multilateral trading facility. In addition, the company offers stock trading services and investment services that include commodities, equities, and fixed-income assets. Further, it provides spread betting, CFD trading, foreign exchange trading, market risk management, data distribution, software development and support, financial, publication, nominee, domains registry, and translation services, as well as issues turbo warrants. The company was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

IG Group is a world leader in derivatives trading and an established member of the FTSE 250. Discover more about IG, our brands and current vacancies.

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