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Basic Information & Regulators
DBS Vickers Securities, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DBS Bank, is a securities and derivatives brokerage firm that has been providing a comprehensive range of retail, institutional, and online brokerage solutions for many years. Headquartered in Singapore, DBS Vickers Securities has operations in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
DBS Vickers Securities is not currently regulated by any valid regulatory authority, and its trading cost is relatively high, so investors should stay away from DBS Vickers Securities.
Market Instruments of DBS VICKERS SECURITIES
DBS Vickers Securities offers investors a wide range of investment products, including Ordinary Shares, Preference Shares, Fixed Income Securities, Exchange Traded Funds, Structured Warrants, CBBCs, Property Investment Believers, ADRs / GDRs.
Account Types of DBS VICKERS SECURITIES
DBS Vickers Securities offers five account types for investors: Cash Account, Cash Advance Account, Young Investor Account, Investment in Singapore Provident Fund Account, and Investment in Retirement Assistance Scheme Fund Account. The Cash Account allows trading in Singapore Dollars, Hong Kong Dollars, and selected foreign exchange securities and can be linked to DBS POSB bank accounts via autopay or electronic transfer for more convenient transaction settlement. For all Singapore Cash Advance transactions, the commission is only 0.12% for transactions via iBanking. The Young Investor Account is designed for young investors aged 18 to 20 years old. The Singapore Provident Fund Account is designed for investors who make good use of their savings deposits in the Singapore Provident Fund Ordinary Account for investment purposes.
Commission Fees of DBS VICKERS SECURITIES
Singapore Account Fee: Minimum commission of S$40 for trading in Singapore Dollar stocks via telephone, 0.375% for trades of S$50,000 and below, 0.300% for trades between S$50,000 - S$100,000, and 0.225% for trades above S$100,000. The minimum commission for trading via the Internet is S$25, with 0.375% for trades of S$50,000 and below, 0.22% for trades between S$50,000 and S$100,000, and 0.18% for trades above S$100,000. The minimum commission for trading in Hong Kong stocks is HK$100/US$15, and the transaction fee rate is 0.15% to 0.25%. The minimum commission for US stocks is US$18, and the rate is 0.15% to 0.45%. The minimum commission for UK stocks trading is £20, and the rates are 0.25% to 0.80%. The minimum commission for Australian stocks is AUD$20, and the rates are 0.25% to 0.80%.
Trading Platform Applied of DBS VICKERS SECURITIES
Investors can trade directly with the SGX, HKEx, NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, LSE, ASX, and TSE through the DBS Vickers Securities trading platform. The DBS Vickers Securities trading mobile application allows investors to trade online anytime, anywhere. Additionally, the DBS Customer Service Centre is always available to assist investors with trading inquiries and technical assistance.
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