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BDSwiss Introduces Daily IB Partner Payouts for its FSA Regulated Entity

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As part of its commitment to providing partners with maximum transparency and flexibility when it comes to their remuneration plans and withdrawals, BDSwiss is pleased to announce the launch of its new Daily Payouts schedule, exclusively available for its Introducing Brokers (IB) Programme, running every day for sums starting from $10 up to $500. The BDSwiss IB Partners Programme is only available under the group’s entity BDS Ltd regulated by the Financial Services Authority (the “FSA”, licence no. SD047).

Breaking free from the previous once-a-month automated payout system, BDSwiss IBs will now receive their payouts daily for all earnings from $10 up to $500, while they will receive the sum of any payouts below and over the minimum the maximum threshold on a semi-monthly basis. This means that BDSwiss IBs have now the flexibility to choose exactly when and how often they would like to get paid, as they can withdraw any amount over $100 directly from their partner dashboard. Withdrawing smaller amounts allows BDSwiss IBs to avoid charges from their banking service provider that they would normally have incurred on larger transfers. It should be noted that BDSwiss does not charge any fees on credit card and bank wire IB withdrawals. 

BDSwiss remains committed to empowering its partners with solutions that provide the greatest possible flexibility and customizability, and will continue working on new products, services and innovations designed to solidify its position as one of the best brokers to Partner with. Back in November, BDSwiss introduced its Partner Loyalty Programme which features luxurious prizes on top of commissions, giving Affiliates and IBs even more ways to earn.

Learn more about our BDSwiss’ Partnership Programme by visiting the BDSwiss Partners page.

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