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KGI Securities (Singapore)

Securities Brokerage

A holder of a Capital Markets Services License (including Trading in Futures Contracts, Leverage Foreign Exchange Trading, Dealing in Securities, Securities Financing, and Custodial Services for Securities) regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).

ABOUT

At KGI Securities (Singapore), we provide 24-hour global product trading services covering futures, commodities, options, contract for differences, leveraged foreign exchange, fixed income transactions, research reports, securities financing (local and foreign securities), securities (online and mobile trading),and custodial services to meet the needs of a one-stop service for the clients.

KGI Securities (Singapore)

Ken Ong
Head of Global Futures & FX, Director

FACTS

Founded 1984
Ownership Private
Presence Regional
No. of employees 200
Country of origin Singapore
Asia offices in TW, HK, SG, TH, IDN
Fee class $ $ $ $ $
Suitable for clients with Under US$1 mil

SERVICES

Global Reach

Access to Global Markets

KGI Securities (Singapore) offers over 150 Futures and Options products.
USA: CBOT, CME, COMEX, ICE, ICE.US, LIFFE, NYMEX
Europe: EUREX, LIFFE, LME, NOS
Asia: DGCX, HKEX, HKFE, ICE Futures Singapore

Margin Trading

Investment Classes

Asset Classes

WEALTH'S OPINION

KGI Securities (Singapore) has a leading Futures e-trading platform that is trusted by traders as well as institutional, retail and corporate clients in the region. The firm believes in a high-touch approach, offering its clients 24-hour access to its brokerage desk.

Why KGI?

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Pioneer

KGI Securities (Singapore) is a pioneer Securities & Derivatives, Trading and Clearing Member of Singapore Exchange as well as a pioneer member of ICE Futures Singapore & ICE Clear Singapore.

KGI Securities (Singapore)

A holder of a Capital Markets Services License (including Trading in Futures Contracts, Leverage Foreign Exchange Trading, Dealing in Securities, Securities Financing, and Custodial Services for Securities) regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).

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