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Before trading international equities, you must register for the service. To register, please complete our international equity registration form. We must have received and processed an original signed registration form before you can trade.
Please complete the registration form and post back to Alliance Trust Savings at the address below:
Alliance Trust Savings Limited
PO Box 164
8 West Marketgait
If you have any queries please contact our Client Services team on 01382 573737 or email email@example.com.
We will either send you an email or will give you a courtesy call to inform you your account has been activated.
You can download our international equities registration form here:
After the registration process is complete, you will be able to trade.
Once you have selected the stocks that you wish to trade in through our i.nvest platform, you can call our dealing desk where our dealers will take your order over the phone.
Our dealing desk is open between 8am – 4.30pm (Monday-Friday) UK time for trading on international markets.
Trades will only be placed when the relevant International Market is open. For example trade orders for the US received before 2.30pm UK time will be actioned once the US market has opened at 2.30pm. Similarly Hong Kong trades will only be sent between 8am – 9am UK time and any orders after this will be held by us until the following day.
You can view and manage UK and international investments in one account.
You should read the following documents before you call to make your trade:
You can start to trade in the new range of global options and manage your investments over the phone as soon as you’ve registered. Simply call us on 01382 573737 to place a trading order. Our Client Services team will be delighted to help.
Calls may be recorded and monitored for training purposes.
We look forward to hearing from you soon, and helping you to make the most of what the world has to offer.
Important Information• Please remember the value of your investments and any income from them can go down as well as up and you may get back less than the amount you originally invested.
• Foreign markets will involve different risks than UK markets. In some cases risks will be greater.
• The potential for profit or loss from transactions on foreign markets or in foreign currency denominated markets will be affected by fluctuations in foreign exchange rates.
• We do not give advice and the inclusion of particular stock names is not intended as a recommendation.