Company Shares

Invest in a listed company of your choice

A company share represents a single unit of ownership in a corporation
or an organisation. For example, if you bought 10,000 shares of a company
that has issued 100 million shares, you are a shareholder with an
ownership of 0.01% of the company.

  • Listed and traded on organised securities exchanges around the world
    like Singapore Exchange, Bursa Malaysia, New York Stock Exchange
  • A unit of account for various financial instruments including stocks
    (ordinary or preferential shares), investments in limited partnerships,
    and real estate investment trusts


Capital gains

Potential capital gains from owning an asset that can grow in value over time.

Earn dividends

Potential income from dividends


Economic risks

Share prices for a company is subjected to market forces and can fall dramatically, even to zero.

Market value risks

If the company goes bankrupt, you, as equity holder, will be the last in line to be paid, so you may not get your money back.

Liquidity risks

Whether you are able to sell or close out your position in a share will depend on the liquidity of the share in the market. If the share is illiquid, you might not be able to get back the fair value of your share.

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Market information

We provide global market access to more than 15 securities exchanges.

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    Apply for an account to trade shares

    Basic Trading (Cash) Account

    Trade shares and other listed securities online or with a broker.

    Share Financing Account

    Increase your share buying power and boost your investments.

    Share Borrowing Account

    Borrow shares for short selling with up to 2 times leverage.

    Young Investor Pack Account

    Tailored specially for young investors age between 18 and 29.

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