Zahid Latif Khan Securities (Pvt) Ltd. is a progressive and leading service provider of premier brokerage and financial services in the Pakistan Stock Exchange & Pakistan Mercantile Exchange. It is renowned for its professional quality services to its valued corporate and retail clients.
As a corporate member of PMEX, ZLK Securities provides the medium for the investors to open an account in Pakistan Mercantile Exchange.
Pakistan Mercantile Exchange (PMEX) is the country’s first and only demutualized commodity future exchange, licensed and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, Based on sophisticated multi-dimensional infrastructure and state-of-the-art technology, PMEX offers a complete suite of services i.e. trading, clearing & settlement, custody as well as back office, all under one roof.
It is the only company in Pakistan to provide a centralized and regulated place for commodity futures trading and is regulated by Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP).
How to trade in PMEX
Any person or a body corporate who wants to trade on the Exchange platform needs to approach us to open a trading account. Once the account is opened and funds are made available, clients can trade at their own convenience via the Exchange’s web based trading platform.
Our clients can download Exchange’s latest web based trading platform –Meta Trader 5- that allows seamless and secure trading. It facilitates the market participants to connect with the Exchange from across the globe and trade virtually round-the-clock.
What products do PMEX offers?
The products offered by the Exchange can be broadly classified into following two categories:
- Global products
- Local products
The products offered by PMEX can be divided within four main asset classes: metals, agriculture, energy and financial futures. Within each commodity, a variety of contracts are offered based on currency denomination, contract size and tenure.
PMEX clients can avail Leverage/Margin which refers to the process whereby individual investor deposits the collateral with an exchange to cover the credit risk the holder poses for the exchange.