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Online trading

Trade with confidence using our fast and reliable platform.

Charting and analysis

You can view real-time charts, news, trends and stats on how  clients are positioned on any market with our insight news, analysis and dealing centre.

Our insight centre

Our insight centre
Analyse, research and develop your trading on our unique insight news, analysis and dealing centre.


Professional charts
Monitor trends, customise alerts, and use deal-through charts to open, close and manage your positions.

Platform features

  • Trade confidently in fast-moving markets. We execute trades in 0.1 seconds or quicker1
  • Rest assured of a stable platform, open 24 hours a day with under 0.1% downtime2
  • Trade at better prices thanks to our
    price-improvement technology
  • Tailor your platform's layout to best support your trading
  • Trade directly into the order books of global equity exchanges and forex markets with direct market access
Trading platform video

Better Pricing

Our Platform Provider award-winning online trading platform executes your trades quickly, at better prices.1


Execute Trades QuicklyOur platform completes over 99.5% of trades in under one tenth of a second.2

Fast-moving markets can offer prices which can move at the moment you click to trade.

To hit this moving target and deliver the price you requested, our online trading platform provides lightning-fast execution – even during periods of volatility.

See how your trading benefits from the speed of our execution.


Guaranteed Market PricesNo requotes and improved prices.

We execute trades differently from other providers.

Though prices can change rapidly as you trade online, we guarantee we will never fill your trade at a worse price than you asked for. Rather than fill your order at a price you don’t want, we ask you to re-submit it.

Equally, if a better price becomes available, we can give you that price. This approach, delivered through our price-improvement technology,

 See how our platform can improve the price you trade at.


Sourcing PricesWe scan multiple venues to source better prices.

We source forex and share prices from many, alternative venues such as Multilateral Trading Facilities, in addition to primary exchanges.

In this way you receive greater liquidity, providing access to the best prices worldwide, when trading online with us.

See how we provide better forex and share prices


Our trading platform Provider uses leading, industry-standard online security mechanisms, to ensure the security of your online trading.

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption is the online standard for financial transactions, used by the major banks. So when you log into our trading platform you can be safe in the knowledge that your money is secure, and trade on any available market with confidence.

There are, however, further steps you can take yourself to make your transactions as secure as possible. Browse our Help & Support portal to learn more about our online security measures, and how you can further protect yourself.

Secure online trading platform

What you can do

One of the easiest, cheapest (or free) ways to improve your online security is to use the most up-to-date software on offer. Providers like Mozilla and Microsoft typically issue regular patches and updates for their web browsers, to fix security issues and improve performance. Some of the main benefits of upgrading your browser include:
  • Improved security
  • Better and faster access to websites and applications
  • Dramatically reduced login times
For more information, please visit our browsers page. 


You should also be vigilant against phishing, whereby fraudulent emails request your personal data, or prompt you to download a virus.

While anti-virus, anti-spyware, firewalls and other software - along with your email client's spam/junk filters - help to address this risk, phishing emails can penetrate these protective measures, and you are ultimately responsible for safeguarding your own personal data.

Please note that Our platform provider will not request your personal account details via email. Should you have any doubts or concerns regarding any communication you receive regarding your account, please contact our.

If you think your account could have been accessed without your permission, you can view the last time your account was logged into by clicking on My Account, History, Overview then the field 'Previously logged in', when logging in to your account.


Our pro-level charting package is the ideal companion to your trading. Whether you use our Charts or ProRealTime, they’ll provide an array of tools to enhance your technical analysis possibilities.

Our essential charting solution

Our range of charting options caters for every user, from the  novice to the most experienced professional trader.
Our charting packages are divided into two categories: Charts - built and maintained by Platform provider - and ProRealTime, a leader in charting technology. Both charts packages are available within our trading platform.

ProRealTime Charts

Developed by platform provider , the ProRealTime charting package is laden with features - all available free of charge if you trade regularly with us:
Chart Indicators


View over 70 technical indicators

True Real-time

See each tick as it comes in with a special screen

User Friendly

Get pop-up help on each chart feature


Monitor the performance of your portfolios in one place

Intraday and Past

See tick-by-tick and historical data together


Set alerts to notify you on when the market changes


Tailor chart colours, fonts and more to suit your needs

Top Movers

See today's hot instruments in real time


Test your strategies against real market data

Drawing Tools

Create and save your own markings

Risk Disclosure Statement

Risk Disclosure Statement
Our Risk Disclosure Statement must be signed, witnessed and returned to us before you can start trading.
This statement does not disclose all the risks and other significant aspects of trading in derivative products such as contracts for differences, futures, options and leveraged foreign exchange. In light of the risks, you should undertake such transactions only if you understand the nature of the contracts (and contractual relationships) into which you are entering and the extent of your exposure to the risks. Trading in, futures, options and leveraged foreign exchange may not be suitable for many members of the public. You should carefully consider whether such trading is appropriate for you in the light of your experience, objectives, financial resources and other relevant circumstances. In considering whether to trade, you should be aware of the following:

(a) Futures and Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading

(i) Effect of 'Leverage' or 'Gearing'

 Transactions in, futures and leveraged foreign exchange carry a high degree of risk. The amount of initial margin is small relative to the value of the, futures contract or leveraged foreign exchange transaction so that the transaction is highly ‘leveraged’ or ‘geared’. A relatively small market movement will have a proportionately larger impact on the funds you have deposited or will have to deposit; this may work against you as well as for you. You may sustain a total loss of the initial margin funds and any additional funds deposited with the firm to maintain your position. If the market moves against your position or margin levels are increased, you may be called upon to pay substantial additional funds on short notice in order to maintain your position. If you fail to comply with a request for additional funds within the specified time, your position may be liquidated at a loss and you will be liable for any resulting deficit in your account.

(ii) Risk-Reducing Orders or Strategies

 The placing of certain orders (e.g. ‘stop-loss’ orders, where permitted under local law, or ‘stop-limit’ orders) which are intended to limit losses to certain amounts may not be effective because market conditions may make it impossible to execute such orders. At times, it is also difficult or impossible to liquidate a position without incurring substantial losses. Strategies using combinations of positions, such as ‘spread’ and ‘straddle’ positions may be as risky as taking simple ‘long’ or ‘short’ positions.

(b) Options

Variable Degree of Risk
Transactions in options carry a high degree of risk. Purchasers and sellers of options should familiarise themselves with the type of options (i.e. put or call) which they contemplate trading and the associated risks. You should calculate the extent to which the value of the options would have to increase for your position to become profitable, taking into account the premium paid and all transaction costs.

The purchaser of options may offset its position by trading in the market or exercise the options or allow the options to expire. The exercise of an option results either in a cash settlement or in the purchaser acquiring or delivering the underlying interest. If the option is on a futures contract or leveraged foreign exchange transaction, the purchaser will have to acquire a futures or leveraged foreign exchange position, as the case may be, with associated liabilities for margin (see the section on, Futures and Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading above). If the purchased options expire worthless, you will suffer a total loss of your investment which will consist of the option premium paid plus transaction costs. If you are contemplating purchasing deep-out-of-the-money options, you should be aware that, ordinarily, the chance of such options becoming profitable is remote.
Selling (‘writing’ or ‘granting’) an option generally entails considerably greater risk than purchasing options. Although the premium received by the seller is fixed, the seller may sustain a loss well in excess of the amount of premium received. The seller will be liable to deposit additional margin to maintain the position if the market moves unfavourably. The seller will also be exposed to the risk of the purchaser exercising the option and the seller will be obligated to either settle the option in cash or to acquire or deliver the underlying interest. If the option is on a futures contract or a leveraged foreign exchange transaction, the seller will acquire a futures or leveraged foreign exchange position, as the case may be, with associated liabilities for margin (see the section on, Futures and Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading above). If the option is ‘covered’ by the seller holding a corresponding position in the underlying futures contract, leveraged foreign exchange transaction or another option, the risk may be reduced. If the option is not covered, the risk of loss can be unlimited.
Certain exchanges in some jurisdictions permit deferred payment of the option premium, limiting the liability of the purchaser to margin payments not exceeding the amount of the premium. The purchaser is still subject to the risk of losing the premium and transaction costs. When the option is exercised or expires, the purchaser is responsible for any unpaid premium outstanding at that time.

(c) Additional Risks Common, Futures, Options and Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading

(i) Terms and Conditions of Contracts
You should ask the corporation with which you conduct your transactions for the terms and conditions of the specific transactions, futures contract, option or leveraged foreign exchange transaction which you are trading and the associated obligations (e.g. the circumstances under which you may become obligated to make or take delivery of the underlying interest of a futures contract or a leveraged foreign exchange transaction and, in respect of options, expiration dates and restrictions on the time for exercise). Under certain circumstances, the specifications of outstanding contracts (including the exercise price of an option) may be modified by the exchange or clearing house to reflect changes in the underlying interest.

(ii) Suspension or Restriction of Trading and Pricing Relationships

 Market conditions (e.g. illiquidity) or the operation of the rules of certain markets (e.g. the suspension of trading in any contract or contract month because of price limits or ‘circuit breakers’) may increase the risk of loss by making it difficult or impossible to effect transactions or liquidate/offset positions. If you have sold options, this may increase the risk of loss.
Further, normal pricing relationships between the underlying interest and the futures contract, and the underlying interest and the option may not exist. This can occur when, e.g., the futures contract underlying the option is subject to price limits while the option is not. The absence of an underlying reference price may make it difficult to judge ‘fair’ value.

(iii) Deposited Cash and Property

 You should familiarise yourself with the protection accorded to any money or other property which you deposit for domestic and foreign transactions, particularly in a firm’s insolvency or bankruptcy. The extent to which you may recover your money or property may be governed by specific legislation or local rules. In some jurisdictions, property which had been specifically identifiable as your own will be pro-rated in the same manner as cash for purposes of distribution in the event of a shortfall.

(d) Commission and Other Charges

Before you begin to trade, you should obtain a clear explanation of all commissions, fees and other charges for which you will be liable. These charges will affect your net profit (if any) or increase your loss.

(e) Transactions in Other Jurisdictions

Transactions on markets in other jurisdictions, including markets formally linked to a domestic market, may expose you to additional risk. Such markets may be subject to a rule which may offer different or diminished investor protection. Before you trade, you should enquire about any rules relevant to your particular transactions. Your local regulatory authority will be unable to compel the enforcement of the rules of the regulatory authorities or markets in other jurisdictions where your transactions have been effected. You should ask the firm with which you conduct your transactions for details about the types of redress available in both your home jurisdiction and other relevant jurisdictions before you start to trade.

(f) Currency Risks

The profit or loss in transactions in foreign currency-denominated futures and options contracts (whether they are traded in your own or another jurisdiction) will be affected by fluctuations in currency rates where there is a need to convert from the currency denomination of the contract to another currency.

(g) Trading Facilities

Most open-outcry and electronic trading facilities are supported by computer-based component systems for the order-routing, execution, matching, registration or clearing of trades. As with all facilities and systems, they are vulnerable to temporary disruption or failure. Your ability to recover certain losses may be subject to limits on liability imposed by the one or more parties, namely the system provider, the market, the clearing house or member firms. Such limits may vary. You should ask the firm with which you conduct your transactions for details in this respect.

(h) Electronic Trading

Trading on an electronic trading system may differ not only from trading in an open-outcry market but also from trading on other electronic trading systems. If you undertake transactions on an electronic trading system, you will be exposed to risks associated with the system including the failure of hardware and software. The result of any system failure may be that your order is either not executed according to your instructions or not executed at all.

(i) Off-Exchange Transactions

In some jurisdictions, firms are permitted to effect off-exchange transactions. The firm with which you conduct your transactions may be acting as your counterparty to the transaction. It may be difficult or impossible to liquidate an existing position, to assess the value, to determine a fair price or to assess the exposure to risk. For these reasons, these transactions may involve increased risks. Off-exchange transactions may be less regulated or subject to a separate regulatory regime. Before you undertake such transactions, you should familiarise yourself with the applicable rules and attendant risks.


“Margin” means an amount of money, securities, property or other collateral, representing a part of the value of the contract or agreement to be entered into, which is deposited by the buyer or the seller of a futures contract or in a leveraged foreign exchange transaction to ensure performance of the terms of the futures contract or leveraged foreign exchange transaction.

Supporting Documents for Investment

Before you can begin trading, we have to verify your identification and address, assess your trading knowledge and ensure you agree to a Risk Disclosure Statement.
Photographing documentsPlease provide the following documents either by email, fax, post or visiting our office. Photos emailed from your handphone must be clear and legible:
  1. Identity Card, Passport or Driving Licence
  2. Proof of address, e.g. a recent bank/credit card statement or utility bill dated within the last six months. Original bills and statements will not be returned
  3. A signed, witnessed copy of our Risk Disclosure Statement

Malaysian / Permanent Residents (PR)

You can either
  • Bring your original Identity Card to our Battery Road office, it will suffice for requirements 1 and 2 above, and we can provide a copy of our Risk Disclosure Statement; or
  • Email, fax or post a copy of your Identity Card, a proof of address and our forms - duly completed - to us at the contact details below

Singapore Residents without PR status

When providing the documents above, you should provide a copy of your Passport and either your Employment Pass or Dependant’s Pass.

Non-Malaysian residents

Please email, fax or post copies of your Passport, a bank statement (or statement of a credit card issued by a bank) and a completed copy of our Risk Disclosure Statement.
We will require a faxed, emailed or posted copy of the completed Risk Disclosure Statement in each case.