Stocks pricing

Find details of our industry-leading stock commissions and low trading costs.

Execution prices

We have three tier pricing tiers. Receive lower prices as you trade more, discover our Platinum and VIP tiers.
Learn more about our account tiers

Exchange - Asia / PacificClassicPlatinumVIP
Exchange - Asia / Pacific

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ASX – HIN/CHESSClassicPlatinumVIP
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Exchange – North AmericaClassicPlatinumVIP
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Exchange - Europe / Middle East / AfricaClassicPlatinumVIP
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The prices above are indicative and will vary according to the country of residency. A full overview of exact pricing is available through the platform trade tickets.

Fees and costs

The minimum commission is AUD 3 per trade, or a basis point of the investment value (whichever is higher). If your account is on the Classic tier, the commission is 0.08%, the Platinum tier 0.05%, and the VIP tier 0.03%.
The cost of trading international equities is based on below factors:

The minimum commission is USD 1 for classic accounts per trade, or a basis point of the investment value (whichever is higher). If your account is on the Classic tier, the commission is 0.08%, the Platinum tier 0.05%, and the VIP tier 0.03%.

Custody fees. The custody fees apply to international stocks, ETFs, ETCs and Bonds. Saxo charges custody fee at annual rate of 0.12% for Classic and Platinum tiers, 0.06% for VIP tier.

Custody fee = (Number of shares * Closing Price) * (Custody Fee p.a. / Yearly day count)

FX conversion fees. The FX conversion fees only apply when you transfer money in or out of your foreign currency sub-account. We charge no more than plus/minus 0.25 percent in currency conversion fees.
  • US exchanges 0.5 cents per share (CPS)
  • EMEA & APAC exchanges 3 bps of notional value
Generally $0.01 to $0.05 per share. Information on any such fees should be available in the ADR prospectus.

Custody fees for stocks, ETFs/ETCs and bonds

For accounts with international stocks, ETFs/ETCs, and bond positions, a custody fee will apply. No custody fees on ASX shares and bonds.

CLASSICPLATINUMVIP
International stocks & bonds0.12 %0.12 %0.06 %

Transfer in fee
Saxo does not charge any fees for incoming transfers of securities from your other brokerage accounts.

Transfer out fee
For transfers of securities to your brokerage account outside Saxo, an exit fee will be charged. The fees are AUD 50 per ISIN (max AUD 200 per transfer request).

Taxes and fees may occur on other corporate action, other than cash dividends, such as fee on a stock dividend or tax on a merger. When such taxes and fees occur Saxo Markets will debit the client’s account accordingly.

Find more information about our general charges here.

Specific taxes apply to stock transactions in some stock markets. You can see the taxation that applies to each market here.

More information

The FX conversion fees only apply when you transfer money in or out of your foreign currency sub-account. We charge no more than plus/minus 0.25 percent in currency conversion fees.

It is free to open a sub-account in another currency for Saxo clients. Receive more control over your international investment and FX cost by using a sub-account.

Simply open an account, and follow the instruction

Yes. Transfer position to your Saxo account is free of charge. The stock transfer can be registered on the platform. However, there is an exit fee of AUD50 per ISN (max AUD 200) when transferring securities to your account outside Saxo.

Yes, you can transfer a stock and/or bond position from one sub-account to another. A Position movement between Sub-accounts ticket is required. Saxo does not charge for the service. 

See instructions to transfer positions here

CHESS (Clearing House Electronic Sub-register) is ASX’s share transaction and settlement system. A unique Holder Identification Number (HIN) is allocated to anyone with CHESS-sponsored shares. 

Custody means when trading ASX Stocks, ETFs, ETCs and Bonds with Saxo Markets (Australia) Limited in a custody share trading account, Saxo Bank A/S is acting as the custodian of the assets. These assets are held on your behalf by Saxo Bank’s sub-custodian Citibank, under Saxo Markets (Australia) Limited.

See the full comparison on CHESS/HIN and Custody here.

  • Name held in
    • Custody: Stocks held under custodian - Saxo Capital Markets (Australia) Limited.
    • HIN: AU stocks held under the client's name.
  • Corporate Actions
    • Custody: Online on the platform.
    • HIN: AU stocks will receive correspondence on corporate actions via paper mail.
  • Voting rights
    • Custody: None
    • HIN: Given voting rights.
  • Current commissions
    • Custody: AUD 5 minimum
    • HIN: AUD 14.90 minimum
    • For the prevailing costs/commissions, please always refer to the to the trading conditions in the platform. The rates above are subject to change.
  • Dividend
    • Custody: Will be allocated to Saxo trading account.
    • HIN: Will be allocated to your nominated external bank account.

See full details on Custodian and HIN accounts, please see Support here.

Prices are 20 minutes delayed, unless the client subscribes to live pricing for the relevant exchange. 

More information can be found here

We execute stock orders using smart order routing (SOR) technology, which sources liquidity from multiple venues, including regulated exchanges and MTFs, to optimise execution rates and fill ratios.

You can use a percentage of your stocks’ value as margin collateral to increase your market exposure when trading forex, CFDs and futures. To see a complete list of available stocks and ETFs, along with their collateral values, click here.

You can review our trading conditions for Stocks here.

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