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“Account Opening / Fund In Out”
Accounting Opening Procedures
Ways of Fund In Out
1. Contact CNF
Don’t hesitate to let us know your interest in trading
Chinese future products, contact us for more details.
2. Submit Documents & Forms
Fill out the application forms and send us all documents
that we need!
3. Review by CNF team
CNF team will be reviewing all the information and
will keep you posted.
4. Open CNF trading account
We will open the account when all the documents and
forms are good.
5. Deposit Fund to CNF
Clients will be informed to deposit fund to CNF after
the trading account is successfully opened. Client’s fund need to be kept in the CNF account for
at least 5 business day according to Chinese Exchanges’ requirements.
6. Apply for trading code on Chinese Exchanges
After 5 business waiting days, CNF will apply the
Chinese trading code for the client at the Chinese Exchanges.
7. Ready to trade!
When the codes are ready, you will be able to trade
via a single platform - Trading Technologies (“TT”).
Deposit / Withdrawal / FX
1. Deposit Procedure :
After you have deposited the fund to CNF, please provide a copy of bank slip, payment
confirmation, online banking screen capture regarding the fund transferred to CN First
International Futures Limited (CNF) and send to email@example.com
*Note1: The local and overseas bank may impose additional charges, such as remittance fee
*Note2: Overseas client(s) shall deposit designated amount for initial fund to fulfill Chinese
Exchanges trading requirement. Please contact our customer service for the amount details.
CNF Bank Information:
1. Bank of China (Hong Kong)
BANK OF CHINA (HONG KONG) LIMITED
CN FIRST INTERNATIONAL FUTURES LIMITED
BANK OF CHINA TOWER, 1 GARDEN ROAD, CENTRAL, HONG KONG
You may contact our customer service numbers:
1. +852-38972000 or +86-14715375012
2. 24 hours: +852-66451215 or +86-14714521215
*Note1: The whole money-transfer procedure from CNF to clients’ bank accounts may take 2-14
working days or even longer depending on bank process.
*Note2: Local and overseas bank may impose additional charges, such as remittance fee.