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Could the Guarantor be the Ltd Company?


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Guest Vinod

Hi,

I am a senior director for my Ltd company and trying to open a corporate investment account with IG. Can I check if the Limited company itself be the guarantor for the application or should it have to be one of the directors?

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On 13/06/2021 at 01:44, Guest Vinod said:

Hi,

I am a senior director for my Ltd company and trying to open a corporate investment account with IG. Can I check if the Limited company itself be the guarantor for the application or should it have to be one of the directors?

Hi Vinod,
It will have to be one of the directors.

All the best - Arvin

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