Interactive Brokers’ TWS platform offers access to daily leverage certificates at SGX

Maria Nikolova

Single Stock DLCs are structured products offering investors fixed leverage of 5 times the daily performance of the underlying stock.

Online trading major Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (IEX:IBKR) now offers its clients access to Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs) at Singapore Exchange (SGX).

Let’s recall that Single Stock Daily Leverage Certificates (DLC) started trading on the SGX in November 2018 and are now available via IBKR. The Single Stock DLC is a structured product offering investors fixed leverage of 5 times the daily performance of the underlying stock and provides a lower cost alternative to gain exposure to a select list of SGX and HKEx-listed stocks. Investors can also trade the 3x, 5x, and 7x Long and Short DLS on key Asian indices, including Hang Seng Indices and the MSCI Singapore Index listed on SGX.

Eligible clients can request trading permission for Singapore stocks by logging in to Account Management or Client Portal and selecting the Settings > Account Settings menu option. After they click the “Configure” icon on the Trading Permissions panel, they have to select “Singapore” from the listing of stock trading permissions.

From the Trader Workstation (TWS), one can enter the official ticker codes listed on the webpage of SGX. Click “Learn More” to review the listing of DLC Codes on the SGX website.

Recent additions to the offering by Interactive Brokers include new mutual funds. The company now offers access to 11,107 funds from 228 fund families, including 7,558 no load funds and 4,197 funds with no transaction fees. On top of that, the broker has added 9 new fund families: US Fund Families; Leaders Capital Funds; LS Theta Funds; Navigator Funds; Palmer Square Funds; Power Funds; Seven Canyons Funds; Third Avenue Funds; Weitz Funds, and William Blair Funds.

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