With Netwealth's super and investment accounts, you and your clients can invest in a range of securities, available on multiple international exchanges.
Invest online in approved securities from multiple global stock exchanges using our Wealth or Super Accelerator Plus accounts.
|Stock exchange||Location||Approved securities and costs|
|Euronext Paris||France||Download PDF|
|Deutsche Boerse||Germany||Download PDF|
|Euronext Amsterdam||Netherlands||Download PDF|
|HKE||Hong Kong||Download PDF|
When buying and selling international securities on behalf of clients, there are a number of additional fees to be aware of.
You will incur a $25 share settlement fee for each trade (buy or sell).
Your chosen international stockbroker may charge a brokerage fee for each trade (buy or sell). This fee will be passed on to you and deducted from your cash account at the time that Netwealth settles the trade on your behalf. The rate of brokerage for each broker is shown on the ‘International securities instruction’ form.
You may incur additional costs (for example local stamp duties or commissions) for trades on certain international exchanges. These costs will be deducted from your account. The costs are outlined in the ‘Approved securities and costs’ document available above.
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You will also have access to trending US stocks based on analyst recommendations, blogger sentiments and the latest hedge fund and insider transactions.
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