Market access

Use pre-integrated liquidity sources and set up your platform within a few days.

15K+
Financial instruments
5+
Liquidity sources
25+
Markets

Get access to leading world exchanges

USA
Canada
UAE
Great Britain
Germany
Denmark
Belgium
Italy
France
Finland
Netherlands
Norway
Spain
Sweden
Australia
New Zealand
Hong Kong
Singapore
Kazakhstan

Multi-asset liquidity

Stock

We offer access to equities from global markets, including those listed on exchanges in North America, MENA region, Europe, CIS, Australia, Oceania and Asia.

Forex

Forex remains highly sought-after by traders of all types, primarily because of the constant flow of news, recurring economic calendar events. Invest in currency pairs with Unity, whether through CFDs or as a cash asset.

Crypto

Cryptocurrencies have revolutionized trading, providing highly dynamic instruments that frequently experience more significant movement in a single day than traditional markets do in months or even years. Empower your crypto journey: trade CFDs or cash.

Indices

Indices are often perceived as more stable compared to other financial instruments because they represent a basket of stocks, effectively averaging out the volatility of individual stocks within that collection. Trade renowned indices and explore new ones with Unity.

Metals

Gold and silver are commonly referred to as safe-haven assets due to their tendency to retain value during times of market volatility and rising inflation. On the other hand, industrial metals like copper, palladium, and platinum could be rather called more volatile.

Commodities

Unlock new investment opportunities with commodities trading, which were among the earliest instruments traded on futures markets, encompassing a diverse range of products and markets including corn, wheat, sugar, oil, and natural gas.

Futures

Futures are contracts to buy or sell a specific underlying asset at a future date. The underlying asset can be a commodity, a security, or other financial instrument.

Options

Options are financial derivatives that give buyers the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset at an agreed-upon price and date.

Structured notes

A structured note is a debt security issued by financial institutions. Its return is based on equity indices, single equity, a basket of equities, interest rates, commodities, or foreign currencies. The performance of a structured note is linked to the return on an underlying asset, group of assets, or index.

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