Learn about international securities trading

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 The Global Market Access service provides Netwealth superannuation and wrap account holders with the ability to trade international securities, offering an efficient and cost effective way to access international markets.

"While the Australian equities market continues to provide attractive investment opportunities, it is only approximately two percent of global equity markets." said Netwealth Joint Managing Director, Matt Heine.

The service allows investors to place trades directly with Netwealth who then arrange execution on up to 10 exchanges from around the world via Citi's global network.

International holdings can be viewed, tracked and reported all online alongside other assets to provide a complete view of the superannuation and investment position.

Citi's Head of Equity Trading Daniel Young said, "We are pleased to work with Netwealth in this innovative way. They are leveraging Citi's global network to offer their clients an efficient way of accessing a broad range of overseas markets that are not generally available on traditional platforms."

The Global Market Access service will provide the ability for Netwealth's Australian clients to invest in stocks on the following exchanges and markets: NYSE (USA), NASDAQ (USA), LSE (United Kingdom), TSX (Canada), Euronext Paris (France), Deutsche Boerse (Germany), Euronext Amsterdam (Netherlands), TSE (Japan), KLCI (Malaysia), HKE (Hong Kong).

For more information about Global Market Access via Netwealth click here.


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