Becoming a client

Via the registration form you can open a free account and become a client entirely online in ten minutes when you make your first payment transfer (min. £0.10) to your DEGIRO account via SOFORT.  DEGIRO uses derived bank identification to confirm your identity, meaning there is no complicated paperwork to fill in.

It is also possible to open a joint account or a business account.  For further information please search our help section or contact the Customer Service & Order Desk via email: clients@degiro.co.uk or telephone on: 020 369 578 34.

 

 

No.  You are entirely free to decide how many trades you would like to make at DEGIRO.  There are no minimum number of trade restrictions and no holding fees.

Absolutely. Simply complete the online registration form.  Once your request has been received we will send you the required documentation and ask you to provide us with the following information:

  • The Business Acceptance Form, completed in full and signed;
  • A copy of the company’s articles of association;
  • A recent copy of the registration with the Chamber of Commerce, Companies House or equivalent institution;
  • A signed copy of a valid identity document for each of the directors named in the articles of associatio
  • If you would like to trade options and futures, you will also need to return a signed copy of the following acceptance forms:

    • Debit Money;
    • Debit Securities;
    • Derivatives.

These forms and further documentation can be found in the documents centre on our website.

Yes, certainly. Please contact our Customer Service & Order Desk via email: clients@degiro.co.uk or telephone on: 020 369 578 34 for further information.

No, there are no costs involved, you can open an account completely free of charge.  Your first deposit (min. £0.01) is used to verify your details and your account is fully active thereafter.

No.  You are entirely free to decide how often you would like to trade with DEGIRO.  There are no minimum number of trade restrictions and no holding fees.