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How do I open an Internet stock trading account ?
(I) You can visit our Head Office or any one of our branches in person to complete the Securities Account Mandate and other relevant documents and to provide the following supporting documents. (Please go to Branch Network to view the full branch address.).

FOR PERSONAL ACCOUNT
 
  • Copy(ies) of Hong Kong Identity Card or passport of the Account Holder(s)
  • Employer's Letter (If your job nature relates to stock investment)
  • Address Proven Document

FOR CORPORATE ACCOUNT
 
  • Copy(ies) of Hong Kong Identity Card or passport of the shareholder(s), the authorized signatory(ies) and director(s)
  • Copy(ies) of Memorandum and Articles of Association and any amending resolutions
  • Copy of Certificate of Incorporation
  • Copy of Business Registration Certificate (if any)

OR

II) Online application (Please go to Securities Account Opening Procedures for details.)
 
If I am your existing client with a Securities Account, is it necessary to open a new account for Internet stock trading?
If you have opened a securities account with us before, you do not need to open a new account for Internet stock trading. You only need to visit our Head Office or any one of our branches in person to sign a new Securities Account Mandate to apply for our Internet stock trading service. Our bank will issue a password to you for accessing our Internet stock trading service.
How long does it take to activate my Internet stock trading account?
When you have completed our account opening procedure and received our password, you can place orders through our Internet stock trading system after two working days.

 

 

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Investment involves risks. The prices of securities fluctuate, sometimes dramatically. The price of a security may move up or down, and may become valueless. It is as likely that losses will be incurred rather than profit made as a result of buying and selling securities. This promotional content has not been reviewed by Securities and Futures Commission.

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