Your Gateway to Worldwide Markets
Did you know, Australian listed shares consist of around 1.7% of the world's total listed share market capitalisation? This means that you have the remaining 98% of the world's shares (by market capitalisation) to explore and diversify for a better risk adjusted investment portfolio.
Potential for strong profit growth from overseas companies and industries
Diversification Benefits - Adjust your investment portfolio risk by accessing more sectors
Gain access to emerging markets and global trends
Invest in international brands and businesses that you already know, such as Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and more
Investing in global shares is now simpler than ever
More options to invest in companies, sectors and industries not available locally
From emerging markets to some of the largest economies in the world, Asia offers a myriad of opportunities for investors.
PhillipCapital, through the POEMS platform, provides you with a gateway at your fingertips to access both developed and exotic Asian markets.
Why Trade with POEMS?
Discover Asia - According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Asia's dynamic economies continue to lead global growth
One World, Worldwide Markets
Leading financial institutions
Professional customer service
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Take advantage of our competitive brokerage rates and no custody fees.
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How to Get Started
Start an online application to open your account
Complete signed documents and fund your trading account
Buy and sell shares with our online trading platform
Join more than 1,000,000 clients worldwide
Open Account Risks
Currency Risk: Due to international shares being denominated in the currency of their home country, any changes in the value against the Australian dollar will affect the total gain or loss on the investment when its converted back to Australian dollars.
Third Party and Regulatory Risk: International shares are held with a custodian and therefore are subject to certain risks associated with the country or stock market of the custodian, specifically, political and regulatory risk.