Ta Securities

Ta Securities Share Margin Financing

By placing your preferred collateral you can instantly leverage on your buying power and invest in shares to earn significant profits!

    • Minimum Financing RM20000
    • Margin Of Financing up to 55%
    • Margin Call Threshold up to 60%
    • Remisier allowed
  • Collateral TypeTrading Limit
  • You BorrowInterest Rate
    more than RM200007.90%

Fees & Charges

There are always fees but how much are they?

Stamp Duty
Roll-over Fees
1% per quarter
Account Opening Fee
RM 10


Do you qualify?

Minimum age
21 years old
Maximum age
65 years old
Who can Apply

Frequently Asked Questions about Ta Securities Share Margin Financing

Things you might want to know

How much would Ta Securities be willing to finance for a margin account?

First of all, there is no set minimum amount that you can borrow, but it should be a considerable amount of at least RM20000. Ta Securities will be able to finance up to 55% of your pledged collateral, depending on your credit rating.

A margin call will be triggered if your borrowings go over the 60% margin on your account, and you will need to add in more collateral in order for your borrowing and equity to be proportionate.

What kinds of securities can I pledge as collateral?

There are two kinds of securities accepted:

Cash2 times
Quoted Shares
1 time

The credit limit on your collateral is negotiable with Ta Securities, and you are encouraged to have at least three to five active trading counters.

Will I be given the option to withdraw cash?

No, there is no such option available for this share margin account.

Can I choose my own broker?

Yes, you will be free to do so, as long as the brokering firm has an existing relationship with Ta Securities.

Is Ta Securities Share Margin Financing open for foreigners?

Unfortunately, this share margin option is only for Malaysians.

What documents do I need?

Bring along these documents when meeting with the bank's representative:

  • Photocopy of NRIC or passport; and
  • Photocopy of latest 3 months Form J or salary slip; and/or
  • Photocopy of latest 3 months bank statement

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