King Capital Management is a full service financial brokerage company situated in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The company was established in 2007. It was created by a team of highly experienced professionals who identified a need for bespoke financial services for expatriates, corporations and professional people throughout Asia, Middle East, Africa and Europe. We have a vast number of cumulative years experience in stocks, commodities, bonds and fixed income markets.
Our Advisory Services allow you to capture the best opportunities in a fast-paced financial market, while making your own investment decisions.
With the Discretionary Portfolio Management Service, you entrust your investment decisions to our team of professional portfolio managers.
King Capital provides investment services to high-net worth individuals, their families and businesses.
We will work with you to develop a deep understanding of your financial status – where you are and where you want to go.
Below are some examples of the investment products we offer.
Being too heavily invested in only one country could mean your portfolio could be negatively affected if that particular market takes a hit.
Funds are a collective form of investment that lets you invest indirectly in company shares or other investments such as bonds.
Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs)
ETCs are easily traded investments that offer you easy access to difficult to reach commodity markets.
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