FX Margin Trading

The foreign exchange markets is among the largest trading markets in the world. With almost continuous trading throughout the working week, foreign exchange investors can trade at almost every instant.

Astute investors can profit from opportunities in the foreign exchange markets in both bullish and bearish states of the cycle. This is because trading in the above markets allows for short-selling.

To start trading in the foreign exchange markets with UOB, all you have to do is to set up a Foreign Exchange Margin Trading Account.

At a Glance

Foreign Exchange Margin Trading Account allows you to:

  • Leveraged trading
  • Competitive interest rates on deposits
  • Reliable trading partner with round-the-clock order monitoring

For more information, please speak to your Privilege Banking Relationship Manager or call the Privilege Banking hotline at 1800 355 1118.

Rates & Requirements

  • You must be at least 21 years old
  • A minimum initial deposit of S$50,000 or its equivalent in any currency
  • To find out costs, call our FX Margin Desk at +65 6709 8822

Apply Now

  • Visit any UOB Group Branch to open an account
  • Visit us at:

    UOB Limited
    FX Margin Desk
    80 Raffles Place
    5th storey, UOB Plaza 1
    Singapore 048624

General Counterparty Trading Terms

Please refer to attached copy.

RISKS

Trading foreign exchange involves a high degree of risk. UOBBF offers trading on margin. The leverage created by trading on margin can work for you as well as against you, and losses can exceed your entire investment. Before opening an account, be sure that you understand the risks and can withstand the losses and that you seek advice from your advisors as appropriate.

More Information

  • Call us at +65 6709 8822
  • Fax to us at +65 6534 3028
  • Contact Us
This product is not a deposit and is not covered under the Singapore Government's guarantee on all Singapore Dollar and foreign currency deposits of individuals and non-bank customers in banks, finance companies and merchant banks licensed by the MAS (which is in effect until 31 December 2010).