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Hi, here is a question. If customers who are 65 years or older, what other procedures are required to open a trading account in New Zealand?(e.g. need to fill in a client declaration statement)

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3 hours ago, STELLAZHANG said:

Hi, here is a question. If customers who are 65 years or older, what other procedures are required to open a trading account in New Zealand?(e.g. need to fill in a client declaration statement)

Hi, it's going to depend on which type of account you are looking to open eg; leveraged or non-leveraged. Might be easier to just start the process to find out. 

see comparisons and contact links below.

https://www.ig.com/uk/about-us/international-offering

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Got it, thank you very much.

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