Affin Hwang Launches Online Stock Trading Account Opening Service, eInvest Go
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Affin Hwang Investment Bank has officially launched eInvest Go, an online account opening service that allows clients to begin their stock trading journey on Bursa Malaysia in a seamless and digital manner.

With eInvest Go, clients will be able to open both CDS and Trading accounts simultaneously from any personal device. “The whole process is hassle-free, well-secured, and fast; without the need for any physical forms or face-to-face interactions, facilitated by an online system that utilises the e-KYC solution, resulting in a speedy account activation of within 1 business day,” said Affin Hwang in a statement. The brokerage fee is competitive from as low as 0.05% or a minimum of RM5 per trade.

Through eInvest Go, clients will then gain access to eInvest, Affin Hwang’s trading and investment management platform, with the full range of live price quotes and trading functions, personalised products and services, and more.

“We are excited to be the first Investment Bank in Malaysia to offer a fully online account opening service for clients to begin trading in the stock market; using a smart, simple, and secure system that is neatly packaged in eInvest Go,” said Mona Suraya Kamaruddin, CEO of Affin Hwang Investment Bank.

“This is a strong addition to the Bank’s existing suite of investment services; using cutting-edge technology that will enable us to cater to an even wider range of investor profiles,” she added. “This is indeed timely; given the Covid-19 pandemic and many concerns that arose throughout these tough times. With the latest introduction of eInvest Go, our clients can now have peace of mind from opening a trading account, to trading and investing online anytime, anywhere.”

You can find out more about eInvest Go on the Affin Hwang website.

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