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I have applied to open a new account in the name of ********** Trust, I also want to use this account to trade US stocks, can you please advise me of the progress of my application and how I arrange to trade US stocks with this account ( including penny stocks) thank you- Richard 

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On 11/11/2020 at 07:51, Guest Richard Climie said:

I have applied to open a new account in the name of ********** Trust, I also want to use this account to trade US stocks, can you please advise me of the progress of my application and how I arrange to trade US stocks with this account ( including penny stocks) thank you- Richard 

Hey Richard, 

I'm unable to update you on your application as you added a post as a guest but your account manager should be able to help. If you have received an email from ourselves you can respond to that for an update or call/ live chat us. 

With regards to US shares you will be able to find an appropriate form on the page below under 'trading US shares'

https://www.ig.com/uk/investments/share-dealing/important-documents

Unfortunately we can't advise you on which form to fill out but there are some help links on the page. 

All the best 

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