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How to Open an Account at Oriental Pacific Futures

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How to Open an Account at Oriental Pacific Futures

You’re ready to take the leap! Great! Now what? Well, all you have do to get started is to open an account with OPF.

Here’s a simple breakdown and procedures on how to do that.

Step 1:

Click on this link and fill up a simple form. Our Capital Market Services Representatives will take every effort to respond to you within 24 business hours.

Step 2:

OPF will be sending you account opening documents which consist of:

1. A copy of Individual Client Information Sheet Fill up accordingly and include your signature
2. Two copies of Client Agreement Initial on every page of both copies of the Client Agreement and include your signatures on Page 13, 17 and 21
3. A Specified Exchanged Request Form If you are trading other products on other exchanges besides those on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad, you are also required to fill up the Specified Exchanged Request Form.
4. A sheet containing Instructions to Open an Account A short guide for you on how to fill up the forms and documents needed.

Step 3:

Send back the entire account opening documents and include together your:

1. Photostat IC (Front and Back on 1 page)

2. Latest 3 months Bank Statement or Pay slip or EA form.

Step 4:

Once OPF has duly received all the documents mentioned in Step 2 and 3, we will proceed to get the Client Agreements duty-stamped. You will receive back a copy of the Client Agreement.

To proceed to Step 1, first fill up the Open an Account form from this link.

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