Frequently Asked Questions
Singapore Depository Receipts
Who Can Invest In SDR?
SDR are classified as Excluded Investment Products (“EIP”) and are generally for investors who expect low to moderate likelihood of loss of principal investment amount, with generally smaller potential returns. Investors who invest in this product should have a basic understanding of financial instruments with standardised terms and no unusual or complicated features.
Investors should refer to the SDR programme disclosure document provided by the depository for the features, and characteristics including a description of how corporate actions or distributions will be handled, as well as risks and other information. The SDR programme disclosure document is provided on https://www.singaporedr.com/.
Other faq that might help you
- What is an SDR?
- How Does SDR Work?
- What Overseas Markets And Instruments Are SDR Are Issued On?
- What Are The Benefits Of Investing In SDR?
- How Can I Buy And Sell SDR?
- How Are The Prices Of SDR Determined?
- Will I Own The Underlying Securities?
- How Can I Exchange My SDR For The Underlying Securities And Vice Versa?
- What Corporate Action Benefits Will I Be Entitled To?
- Where can I find corporate actions?
- What Are The Tax Implications Of Investing In SDR?
- How can I convert Thai NVDR to SDR?
- How can I convert SDR to Thai NVDR?
- Can I invest in SDR with my CPF/SRS?
- Can I trade SDR on Thai holiday?
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