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2 hours ago, GNZ said:

When purchasing an AUD global EFT, why do I get the message Not Suitable for European Retail Clients, when the EFT is in AUD, and I am based in Australia?

Hi @GNZ,
It is likely that the ETF is facing US Sanctions https://www.sec.gov/files/risk-alert-securities-investments-finance-communist-chinese-military-companies.pdf

You can reach out to helpdesk.au@ig.com or via live chat for further assistance.

All the best - Arvin

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