Phillip Investment Account – Custodian (C)

Both applicants must be above the age of 21 years old in order to open a joint Custodian (C) Account.
No. You would have to transfer the shares into Custodian (C) Account before you can sell them.
No. You would have to transfer the IPO shares into Custodian (C) Account before you can sell them.
Yes, we will automatically waive the monthly charges if you have at least two trades in your account for the month, regardless of trade size and whether you trade local or foreign shares in that account.
Yes, as long as a minimum of 1 trade (regardless local or foreign and regardless of trade size) is performed Custodian (C) Account in the quarter. Quarterly trading activity is assessed at the end of March, June, September and December.
You can transfer the shares by signing the relevant share transfer forms. Please contact your trading representative for a copy of the form.
It will take around two working days for the shares to be transferred into your Custodian (C) Account.
Your Custodian (C) Account will be ready for trading within five working days upon receiving your completed application if all the requirements are met.
The time it takes to open an account from overseas depends on the postage time required to send the forms to you and for you to return the completed forms back to us. Once the account is opened, we will send the Internet password via mail to you. The whole account opening process may take approximately two weeks or more.
  1. You need to be 21 years old and above to open an account with us.
  2. Your account opening documents need to be certified by a public notary, commissioner of oaths, or judicial officer.
  3. You must not be blacklisted with the Singapore Exchange (SGX) or with any other securities firm or have any delinquent account with any other securities firm.
Those who wish to open a Custodian (C) Account must be above the age of 21 years old and must not be blacklisted or found to be delinquent by the Singapore Exchange (SGX) or other securities firms.

Please take note that there will not be any automated currency conversion for trade settlement in the trading account. Customers are required to take the necessary steps to either transfer money into the trading account or submit a currency conversion request to avoid being charged debit interest.

Please refer to the Custodian (C) Account Infosheet for more details.