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    KAB-Overview Guide of This Broker

    Abstract:KAB was established in 2002 and opened its first overseas financial institution in Kuwait in the same year to provide investment products and related services to clients in the Middle East, with a trading volume of up to US$2 billion per month in financial derivatives. Today, KAB International Holdings Ltd is an integrated multinational financial group with offices throughout Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Its subsidiary, KAB Bullion Limited, holds a Hong Kong Bullion Trading Class AA license (Reg. No. 009), and KAB Strategy Ltd, which contains a Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission STP License (Reg. No. 058/05).

      General Information & Regulation of KAB

      KAB was established in 2002 and opened its first overseas financial institution in Kuwait in the same year to provide investment products and related services to clients in the Middle East, with a trading volume of up to US$2 billion per month in financial derivatives. Today, KAB International Holdings Ltd is an integrated multinational financial group with offices throughout Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Its subsidiary, KAB Bullion Limited, holds a Hong Kong Bullion Trading Class AA license (Reg. No. 009), and KAB Strategy Ltd, which contains a Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission STP License (Reg. No. 058/05).

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      Market Instruments

      KAB offers investors a diversified range of investment products, mainly Hong Kong/China stocks, China IPOs, Cyprus Stock Exchange stocks, swap futures, spot metals, spot FX, ECN FX, global futures, asset portfolio management, etc.

      KAB Minimum Deposit

      To meet different types of investors' investment needs and trading experience, KAB offers four types of accounts, namely Hong Kong/China equity accounts, portfolio management accounts, Sanjia Finance MT4 accounts, and ECN forex accounts. Minimum initial deposit also vary depending on account types, with the HK/China stocks account requires no minimum opening balance, while Portfolio Management Account has a minimum initial subscription HKD 1,000,000.

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      KAB Leverage

      When it comes to trading leverage, KAB gives traders the flexibility to choose suitable leverage to their trading needs, starting from 1:20 and up to 1:500 for some Forex instruments and according to your residence, but generally KAB considered high leverage broker.Please keep in mind that leverage can magnify returns but also risks.

      Spreads & Commissions

      Spot FX spreads for major currency pairs such as EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD, etc. are around 5 pips, spreads for LLG 50 cents, MLG contracts 50 cents, spreads for LLS are 2.6 cents, MLS 2.6 cents, net commissions for Spot FX US$40. Commissions charge for Hong Kong/China equities: Stamp duty of 0.1% of trade volume (round up the nearest US dollar), transaction levy of 0.0027% (round up the nearest US cent), a transaction fee of 0.005% (round up the nearest US cent), the central clearing charge of 0.002%, 0.01% of trade value (round up to the nearest US cent. 0.002% is charged by Hong Kong Clearing House with a minimum of HK$3.0). The net commission for swap futures is US$40 (open side only).

      Trading Platform

      KAB offers traders a Hong Kong/China stock trading platform as well as the market-leading MT4 trading platform. The Hong Kong/China Securities Trading Platform allows users to access and manage their accounts and execute online trades securely and instantly on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange anytime, anywhere. MT4 is a cutting edge platform designed to provide all the necessary tools and resources to trade Forex, CFDs, and Futures online.

      Deposit & Withdrawal

      About depositing funds: Traders must deposit funds into a KAB Financial bank account. Prior to this, the funds need to be converted into the respective currency and will usually be received within 1 to 3 days. Both deposits and withdrawals take approximately 3 to 4 business days to process, depending on the settlement process and the speed of the user's local bank.

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