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Deposit Funds in my South African IG trading account


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We open two separate trading accounts for you when you apply, a domestic account held with IG South Africa and an international account held with IG UK.  This means that you can trade local instruments (in local currency) as well as over 15,000 international markets (in a range of foreign currencies) with the security, technology and support of the FTSE-250 listed, IG Group.

We do this in order to adhere to South African exchange control regulations that only allow local instruments to be traded on a domestic account. This also means that you are going to be restricted in moving funds between those two accounts, as well as funding methods for each one. 

You can read more about South African funding here: https://www.ig.com/za/cfd-trading/funding-your-trading-accounts 

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