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Account Opening and Funding

Guest Ham


Hi there,

I am from Uganda. Would like to trade with IG however need some guidance.

Firstly, does IG accept clients from Uganda.

Secondly,I have requested to open an account through the IG SA website. This has two accounts.

1.Domestic (which iS irrelevant to me since i don't reside in South africa).

2.International account which would suit me more. Can I deposit using my local currency by debit visa?or even Use a dollar account here in Uganda to deposit by visa?


Would greatly appreciate any help or way forward on this



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Jambo sir.

Tim or Ham whichever you prefer can do .Yes i am from Kampala.

Thank you for finding the time to respond and look into my question. I  really appreciate that.

Okay shall wait for what James comes back with. Thank you again

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