More on Commission credits

You can use trading commission credits to cover commission fees when trading the following products: Stocks, ETFs, Mutual Funds and Bonds.

When you place a trade on any eligible product that includes a trading fee – such as stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, and bonds – your commission credits kicks in. You pay the trading commission fees upfront and, at the end of each trading day, we refund any trading commission fees that are covered by your credit balance. We refund you in cash in the currency of your main account.

Note that trading commission credits have an expiration date defined by the specific offer as part of which you received them. You can always monitor your credit balance and refunds in the platform.

No, you can only use trading commission credits to cover commission fees paid to Saxo Bank Switzerland Ltd.

No, trading commission credits don’t cover the value of the stock, only commission fees connected to the purchase of the stock.

No. If you have any commission credits you don’t use by their expiration date, you lose them.

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Daily trades

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Clients

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USD assets under management

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USD daily trade volume

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