Yes, you can grant access to your account by giving someone else power of attorney.
A power of attorney (PoA) is an authorization that the account holder gives to a designated person to get access to the account and perform certain actions.
The PoA can be given to:
Children (must have reached adulthood)
With Saxo you can choose between a limited or full PoA. PoA application forms can be found here.
The limited PoA allows the PoA holder to access the trading account and perform trades but does not allow to perform withdrawals. Note: with a limited PoA, the option to do withdrawals is removed from the platform for both the account holder and PoA holder. Withdrawals requests need to be done by submitting a signed form.
The full PoA gives the PoA holder authorization to perform trades and cash transfers from the trading account to the beneficiary bank account in the account holder’s name. Both the account holder and PoA holder can instruct withdrawals via the Cash Withdrawal module in the trading platform.
The form needs to be filled, printed, signed and submitted via a support ticket on the platform along with a proof of identity such as a passport or national ID of the PoA holder. The proof of identity must contain a signature sample.