Webull Australia launches 2,000+ ASX-listed stocks, ETFs, and hybrid securities

Rick Steves

“There are only a handful of ASX participants predominately focused on retail investors, so taking that route and giving our clients underlying ownership via single HINs demonstrates that we’re here to put our clients first.”

Webull Securities (Australia) Pty Ltd, the ASIC-regulated subsidiary of US trading platform, Webull, has announced that it has been admitted as an ASX Participant, a member of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

With this membership, Webull Australia has been able to launch ASX cash equities on its trading platform, alongside its current offering of US stocks, ETFs, and options, with more products to be offered shortly.

Webull among top-tier brokers in Australia

Webull Australia positions itself as a significant challenger in the Australian market, now offering access to more than 2,000 ASX-listed stocks, ETFs, and hybrid securities.

The new offering, which complements the existing one of over 15,000 US stocks, ETFs, and options available on desktop and mobile, places Webull among top-tier brokers in Australia.

Rob Talevski, CEO Webull Australia, said: “Webull is a serious business, so we wanted to take a serious and responsible approach in the way we entered the Australian market. There are only a handful of ASX participants predominately focused on retail investors, so taking that route and giving our clients underlying ownership via single HINs demonstrates that we’re here to put our clients first.”

“Competing with cutting-edge fintech platforms in the US translated into a huge investment in our technology. The result is a platform that caters not just for beginner investors, but also for advanced traders in Australia that demand features like heat maps across multiple global markets and sectors, options screeners, live pricing, market depth, financial analysis and corporate actions. Up until now, these features have generally been available in Australia through third-party software vendors that can’t match the Webull user experience – it’s an extremely exciting product for premium clients.”

Webull Australia chief executive Rob Talevski is a 20-year industry veteran with experience in Australian equities and derivative markets across retail, wholesale, and institutional channels.

Talevski has worked alongside major institutions, through to wholesale clients, broker dealer groups, financial advisers, and direct retail clients across the country. He joined Webull Australia after 14 years as Director AUSIEX Trade Execution Services at Commonwealth Bank.

At Webull Australia, Rob Talevski operates a culture of sound corporate etiquette, and will guide the business as it works with local institutions and regulators to offer a trusted home to millions of potential Australian investors.

Webull Australia to add Hong Kong ad China A shares

The ASIC-regulated brokerage firm plans to offer additional global markets across multiple asset classes allowing the firm to avoid concentrating too intensely on any single market as a business.

It is the breadth of this approach that has allowed the company to price itself so competitively, while offering services that elevate the customer experience to that which premium share traders in Australia are accustomed to.

Webull’s Australian clients join over 35 million users globally, taking advantage of the scale that allows the firm to offer a competitive yet sustainable pricing model, all available using its powerful and intuitive platforms.

Webull Australia will add Hong Kong and China A shares to its local platform shortly, providing a single home for investors who seek international exposure alongside ASX shares, accessible via a single multi-currency account.

Webull is currently available in the United States, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa, Australia, and the UK. Webull also offers investment education services, with lessons covering a wide range of topics.

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