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I am interested to invest in one particular stock trading on the South Korean Stock Market.

I currently hold an IG Share Dealing Account, does IG offer services for me to be able to buy such stock?

 

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Ken

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Hi @Kennzo,  IG can list stocks off most exchanges if they meet certain requirements, if you shout out the name of the stock hopefully someone from IG will check or alternatively request via email.

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The particular stock I am interested in is HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES. 

Thank you @Caseynotes for your help. 

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Unfortunately we do not offer that particular exchange on our Share Dealing account and there is insufficient client demand right now to look into adding it. Thanks for the inquiry. 

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