Execution Only Service
HBL Bank UK offers an “Execution Only” service, where investment orders are executed upon the specific instructions of a customer, and without any advice provided by the Bank. This service is tailored for investors who value direct personal interaction with brokers when looking to execute an investment trade.
Through the service, customers can buy and sell a number of investment instruments including:
• Global equities including warrants
• Fixed Income including Sukuk (corporate, sovereign) and Debentures
• Mutual Funds including Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
• Precious Metals only gold and silver(XAU and XAG)
• Structured Products including Convertible Currency Deposits (CCD)
• Option Contracts
Once an investment trade is executed, the Bank will hold the securities in segregated accounts maintained with custodians on behalf of the customer. This is to ensure that customer’s assets are safe in the event of the Bank’s failure.
•The information provided on this website is for general information purposes only and is not intended as an investment advice.
•The capital value of, and or income from, any investment may go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount invested.
•Investments are subject to normal market fluctuations and there can be no assurance that an investment will return its value or that appreciation will occur.
•Past performances and figures are no guarantee of future returns.
•There is a greater risk associated with investments in emerging markets. Liquidity may be less reliable and price volatility may be higher than that experienced in more developed economies. This may result in such investments suffering sudden and large falls in value.
•Dividends, coupons and other forms of income as well as value fluctuations of the investments, i.e., capital gains, may be taxed subject to the respective requirements of various jurisdictions. This may significantly impact the overall return on investments, and investors should consider how will this affect their tax position.
•Any time the customer invest autonomously in assets denominated in currencies other than their reference currency, this could result in value fluctuations that will impact overall returns and could potentially lead to significant losses.