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Operation process for transfer-in:
After the Tiger Prime Account is opened, follow the steps below to deposit: Tiger Trade APP - "My" - " Cash Plus Account" - "Open" - "Transfer-in".
 
Currency transfer into Cash Plus:
Currently, Cash Plus 2.0 supports clients to participate with dollars and Hongkong dollars. If the funds to be transferred to the Prime Account are in other currencies, they need to be converted to dollars or Hongkong dollars first before transfering-in to the Cash Plus Account. Please note that Tiger only supports currency exchange during trading hours from Monday to Friday, and currency exchange operations can be completed instantly during the above-mentioned hours.
For details, please refer to "Funds Related" → "Currency Exchange" in the Help Center.
 
Rules for Transfer-in:
The Transfer-in application of Cash Plus is processed in accordance with the trading date and time of Singapore Market.
Transfer-in requests submitted before 12:00pm on T+0 day will be processed on the same day and earnings will be calculated on T+1 day and update the NAV; Transfer-in requests submitted after 12:00pm on T+0 day will be processed on T+1 day and earnings will be calculated on T+2 day and update the NAV. Please note that the above processing time will be postponed accordingly in case of weekends and Singapore holidays, please refer to https://www.mom.gov.sg/employment-practices/public-holidays for specific Singapore trading day information.
 
Threshold for Transfer-in :
Transfer-in can be made from $1/HK$5 with no upper limit.
 
The Funds that can be Transfer-in in Cash Plus from the Prime Account:
  1. The funds in the client's Prime Account acquired by closing the positions can be transferred into Cash Plus only after settlement of the positions on T+2 day after closing; The funds in the client's Prime Account acquired by exchange can be transferred into Cash Plus only after settlement confirmation on T+2 day.
  2. Clients cannot transfer funds from the Prime Account to Cash Plus when they have margin trading.
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