Forex Club (Libertex) has multiple brands and entities. Its products, pricing, and range of markets vary across its account offerings, including via MT4 and on its proprietary Libertex platform, making its offering fragmented and vastly different across regions.

Founded in 1997, the Forex Club brand was one of the first few retail forex brokers to emerge in the online brokerage industry. Today, it is known under the Forex Group of Companies (Forex Club Group), which consists of multiple entities including several that use the FX Club, Forex Club, and Libertex brand names.

Through these brands, the Forex Club Group offers forex and CFD traders access to 44 currency pairs and 128 CFDs via its proprietary Libertex platform and the popular MetaTrader4 (MT4) platform developed by MetaQuotes Software Corporation. The firm also offers the Rumus platform at select locations, providing fixed spreads on forex, in addition to variable spreads on other platforms.

Entities under the group include Forex Club International Limited, located in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Indication Investments Ltd (regulated in Cyprus), Forex Club LLC (was regulated in Russia up until January 2019 when the CBR banned numerous forex brokers from Russia), and FC Forex Club BY (regulated in Belarus). The group also has education and IT centers in Eastern Europe and Asia.

Long-standing history as a forex broker
Regulated in several jurisdictions
Smooth UI design on proprietary Libertex platform
Expanded range of CFDs on cryptocurrencies to nine pairs
Discontinued MT4 offering in Europe
Scope of products/services varies across entities
Bid/ask spreads not transparent on Libertex (only midpoint shown)