Trade Great Equities Worldwide

Even for large volumes, we have some of the best order book quality for securities on an international level. Compared to other platforms, the average size of securities trades is more than twice as large. The large average execution size and Best Bid and Offer (EBBO) ratios provide further evidence of our superior liquidity.

KBOFX offers unparalleled benefits that make it an ideal platform for equity trading. With KBOFX, you can expect highly competitive rates, extremely narrow spreads, and exceptional trading volume that ensures a smooth and seamless trading experience. You can trust KBOFX for its unwavering commitment to providing consistent quality in every aspect of equity trading.

Trading Benefits on the KBOFX

Outstanding Liquidity - The best order book quality for securities, even for large volumes.

Vast Share Space - The market for some of Southeast Asia’s most important blue chips.

Excellent Trading Conditions - We offer one of the most cutting-edge and reliable trading systems available.

A Wide Range of Equities

Blue chips, mid and small caps, and options are all included in the section for equities. Trading in securities with either a primary or secondary listing is available to KBOFX participants. Companies listed on KBOFX can even create a secondary trading line by opening a second order book with its own security number if necessary. Securities are traded under two security numbers when a separate trading line is formed.

Types of Shares

When it comes to trading shares on KBOFX, it is essential to understand that each share has its own unique set of characteristics and values. As an AI-powered assistant, we are equipped to provide you with valuable insight into the various types of shares available on KBOFX and help you learn how to differentiate between them. Whether you are a seasoned trader or a newcomer to the world of share trading, we are here to guide you every step of the way.

On KBOFX, three separate share classes are traded, each with unique properties. As you pick how to invest, it is crucial to understand how they differ from one another because these factors may influence your choice.

Ordinary shares - The majority of the shares traded on KBOFX are ordinary shares. Special or preferential options are not granted to ordinary shares. Ordinary shareholders often have the same voting rights at general meetings of the business as other ordinary shareholders. They also typically have the same rights to dividends and asset distributions upon the company's dissolution.

Preference shares - Ordinarily, holders of preference shares have an advantage over common shareholders when it comes to dividend payments or when the firm is wound up. Preference shares come in several forms with various rights and features. Preference shareholders often only have the ability to vote on specific issues or resolutions; however, this depends on the terms of the shares.

Partly-paid shares - Shares that have not been fully paid for (sometimes referred to as contributing shares) are issued by the company. The party will have the right to call for all or a portion of the outstanding issue price at a specific future date or dates, and the shareholder will be required to pay the call when it becomes due. The rights of a holder of a partially paid share are generally proportional to the amount paid on the share and include the same rights to vote, dividends, and business winding up as an ordinary shareholder (except for a vote by show of hands, where a holder of a partly paid share has one vote, the same as any ordinary shareholder).

Identifying Different Types of Shares

When it comes to identifying a share quickly, the KBOFX code is an excellent tool to use. This code is used to distinguish whether a share is anything other than an ordinary share. You can find this unique identifying code on the KBOFX ticker boards and media share market tables, which display the codes for each product traded on the exchange. As per the regulations, a firm's code must be incorporated into all securities issued by the corporation.

It is important to note that the three-character company code used for the securities is the same as the code assigned to ordinary shares of a firm listed on the KBOFX. This means that if the security code has more or fewer than three characters, then the security is probably not an ordinary share. Therefore, if you are an investor, it is crucial to pay attention to the KBOFX code to ensure that you are investing in the right security.

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