Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Dr Teh Hong Pow started Public Bank in 1966. Public Bank opened its first branch at Jalan Gereja, Kuala Lumpur, on August 6, 1966. Public Bank began providing financial services to regular Malaysians to be “a bank for the people.” The Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (now known as Bursa Malaysia) listed Public Bank on April 6, 1967.
If you have a Share Trading Account in Malaysia, you can trade shares with funds from your account (Cash Account). Because traders often acquire and sell assets, usually within the same trading session, their accounts are regulated. The assets in a trading account are kept distinct from those in a long-term purchase and hold plan.
PB Sharelink is a new product on Bursa Malaysia to help you with your share trading and margin financing needs. It gives you the most purchasing power by allowing you to leverage existing cash or collateral to purchase and invest in shares to take advantage of any stock market changes.
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You can visit the nearest Share Investment Units for individual applicants. For account opening, the following documents are required:
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