Webull Singapore adds SGX-listed securities to brokerage offering

Rick Steves

“By providing access to key financial markets in Mainland China, Hong Kong, the US, and Singapore, we hope to offer our clients in Singapore enhanced flexibility across their investment portfolios, ultimately empowering investors to build a globally diverse portfolio.”

Webull’s Singapore-based operation has announced the introduction of SGX-listed products and securities on its trading platform.

Retail investors now have access to a broad array of investment options in the Singapore market, including stocks, REITs, DLCs, and ETFs listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

700 SGX-listed stocks, REITs, DLCs, and ETFs on Webull Singapore

With this launch, Webull Singapore now offers over 700 SGX-listed stocks, REITs, DLCs, and ETFs.

Bernard Teo, Head of Asia-Pacific at Webull, said: “This expansion in the Singapore market reaffirms our commitment to providing investors with a comprehensive and accessible global trading platform, offering them with a diverse range of products and securities across key financial markets. For our clients in Singapore, this will provide an opportunity to invest in a market that they are more familiar with.

“Through the seamless integration of our world-class technology and best-in-class tools with the strength and depth of SGX-listed products, we believe that we are creating a compelling proposition for our investors. By providing access to key financial markets in Mainland China, Hong Kong, the US, and Singapore, we hope to offer our clients in Singapore enhanced flexibility across their investment portfolios, ultimately empowering investors to build a globally diverse portfolio.”

Webull Singapore offers access to stocks from US, HK, and China

This is in addition to its existing range of over 15,000 US stocks and options, and more than 3,000 securities from Hong Kong, Mainland China, and A-shares. The platform also features around 400 mutual funds from various fund houses, alongside wealth management tools like Moneybull and Regular Savings Plan, designed to assist clients in managing and growing their wealth.

The addition of SGX-listed securities on Webull’s platform is expected to offer investors enhanced capabilities to manage their portfolio risks and align them with their investment goals. The platform will cater to those seeking long-term stability through dividend stocks, blue-chip companies, REITs, and ETFs listed on the SGX, complemented by access to markets in the US, Hong Kong, and Mainland China.

Webull is known to prioritize offering low-cost trading, real-time market data, and comprehensive analysis reports to enhance the trading experience of investors. The platform offers 24/7 access to global financial markets, allowing users to trade global stocks, ETFs, options, and fractional shares.

Since its official launch in May 2022, Webull Singapore has seen significant growth in its user base, with the Webull App achieving 40 million global downloads.

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