Pay No Commission for Three Months
When you sign up to invest with Marketsi, you won’t pay any commission for three months.
We want you to get the best experience, and so for the first three months after you open a share dealing account, you won’t pay any commission. After three months, you’ll benefit from our competitive pricing.
- EU Shares (French, German and Spanish) = 0.1% (min €10)
- UK Shares = 0.1% (min £8)
- US Shares = 2c (min $15)
- AU Shares = 0.1% (min A$10)
A Breakdown of Additional Costs
There is no markup for Market Spread when you share deal with Marketsi.
Custody Fees are currently charged at a rate of 0.15% with a minimum charge of €5 per month. After the commission free period, this will change to a rate of 0.12% with a minimum charge of €10 per month.
A charge for any currency conversions if the account currency and the asset currency are different. Conversion fees are charged at 0.50%. After the commission free period, this will change to 1%.
Important Information About Taxes
Taxation on UK Stocks
A Panel for Takeovers and Mergers (PTM) Levy and Stamp Duty may be applicable for certain trades. Stamp Duty is applied on all buy transactions at a rate of 0.5% of the transaction value. A PTM Levy of £1 is applied to buy and sell transactions where the Gross Value of the trade exceeds £10,000. For Irish registered stocks, Stamp Duty is 1% of the transaction value.
Taxation on French Stocks
Investors must pay a Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) of 0.30% on all buy trades of French Large Cap stocks. The full list of the 109 affected Stocks can be found in the official application decree. Please note, the linked document is in French.
US Securities and Exchange Commission – SEC Section 31 Fees for US CFD DMA and Shares
Marketsi passes on to its clients the SEC Section 31 fee on US exchange CFD DMA and stock Sell transactions where client orders are entered directly into the underlying market. This fee is $20.70 per $1m effective 16th April 2019. This fee only applies to US exchanges. More information can be found at the US Securities and Exchange Commission website.
Depositary Receipt fees – US
It is standard practice for US depositary receipts to charge an annual administration fee up to $0.05 per share depending on the issuing depositary bank. The intent of the fee is to cover costs for the banks that take on the operational processes necessary to issue and trade the depositary receipt line. The fee is typically deducted when dividend payments are made, however, in case the depositary receipt does not pay a dividend or did not include the custodial fee in their dividend events, the fee will be administered through fee-only events. The dividend fee is stipulated in the Deposit Agreement between the depositary bank and the company based upon industry standards. The Deposit Agreement is filed with the SEC and is readily accessible by the public. The fee per depositary receipt is not dependent on the total amount of dividend being paid but the number of shares held.
Taxes and Fees on Corporate actions
Taxes and fees may also 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 Marketsi will debit the client’s account accordingly.
Stock Exchange Fees
Investors need to pay to get access to certain markets. These fees are laid out below.
Level 1 will provide you with access to real-time market data for stocks for the applicable exchange and includes real-time bid/ask, charts and last traded price.
Level 2 provides you with access to the same data as level 1, with the addition of real-time market depth – 5 best bid/ask in the market.
Other Useful Information
Below you can find more information regarding the conditions that may impact your trades.
Trading hours in GMT of instrument markets.
Upcoming Trading Holidays
A list of upcoming dates key global markets will be closed.
Global Trading Opportunities
View the full trading opportunities available through Markets.com.
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