We help you achieve your investment goals, based on individual risk preferences, through a wide range of investment products accessible anytime, anywhere. Our products range from Equities, company warrants, structured warrants, Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).


Equities, also known as share trading, is a security which represents a portion of the owner's capital in a business. Shareholders are the owners of the business and share the success or failure of the business. The performance of the business can often be measured by the amount of dividends shareholders receive and by the price of the share quoted on the stock market. Trading on LEAP market is not available.

Company Warrants

Company warrants are issued by listed companies and give the holders the right, but not an obligation, to subscribe for new ordinary shares at a specified price during a specified period of time.

Structured Warrants

Structured warrants are proprietary instruments issued by a third-party issuer, namely an eligible broker or financial institution that gives holders the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell the underlying instrument in the future for a fixed price. Essentially, you are making a 'reservation' to buy or sell a pre-determined number of the underlying instrument at a certain price in the future when you invest in a structured warrant.


Exchange Traded Funds or ETFs are open-ended investment funds listed and traded on a stock exchange. ETFs’ combines the features of an Index fund and a stock. The liquidity of an ETF reflects the liquidity of the underlying basket of shares.


Real estate is a key asset class in any investment portfolio. Before REITs were introduced, an investor would invest in property stocks and/or physical (landed) property to get exposure in the real estate sector. Investors today have an option to invest in REITs by paying only a fraction of the real estate prices. In other words, REITs provide a way for investors to invest in commercial real estate without having to buy the properties directly.