Please be reminded that all trades are subject to:

  1. Brokerage Fees levied by Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore) Limited
  2. Market fees levied by the respective Exchange
    1. Brokerage and Custody Fees


      Current Fees Table

      Segment Brokerage Rate - SGX Brokerage Rate – All Other Markets Custody Fee Minimum Brokerage Amount
      Priority Banking Clients 0.18% 0.20% 0 0
      Personal Banking Clients 0.20% 0.25% 0 0

      New Fees (effective for orders with a Trading Day from 1 August 2016)

      Segment Brokerage Rate - SGX Brokerage Rate – All Other Markets Custody Fee Minimum Brokerage Amount
      Priority Banking Clients 0.18% 0.20% 0 0
      Personal Banking Clients 0.20% 0.25% 0 Where the shares are traded* in: AUD/ CHF/ EUR/ GBP/ SGD/ USD, the minimum brokerage amount is 10 AUD/ CHF/ EUR/ GBP/ SGD/ USD respectively.

      Where the shares are traded* in HKD, the minimum brokerage amount is 100 HKD.

      Where the shares are traded* in JPY, the minimum brokerage amount is 1000 JPY.

      * The minimum brokerage amount applicable will be based on the currency of the shares traded in, regardless of the Exchange the shares are listed on

      Note: where applicable, GST will be imposed

      *Illustrative example:

      1. If Share A is traded in SGX in SGD, then minimum brokerage amount applicable will be SGD10.
      2. If Share B is traded in SGX in HKD, then minimum brokerage amount applicable will be HKD100.
      3. If Share C is traded in LSE in USD, then minimum brokerage amount applicable will be USD10.

      Market Fees

      Markets Exchanges Market Fees
      Australia Australian SE (ASX) Exchange fee of 0.0028% (max. of AUD75)
      Japan Tokyo SE (TSE) No charge
      Singapore Singapore SE (SGX) Total Market Fees of 0.04% (breakup as per following)
      a) SGX Clearing Fee of 0.0325%
      b) SGX Trading Access Fee of 0.0075%
      Hong Kong Hong Kong SE (SEHK) Stamp Duty of 0.10% rounded up nearest dollar
      Transaction Levy of 0.0027%
      Trading Fee of 0.005%
      France NYSE EN Paris (PAR) Exchange fee of 0.004% (min. of CHF0.50 and max. of CHF55)
      Ticket fee of CHF1.00
      Switzerland SIX Swiss Exchange (VTX)

      SIX Swiss Exchange (SWX)
      Exchange fee of 0.004% (min. of CHF0.50 and max. of CHF55)
      Ticket fee of CHF1.00

      Exchange fee of 0.01% (min. of CHF0.50 and max. of CHF55)
      Ticket fee of CHF1.00
      Germany Deutsche Boerse (XETRA) Clearing fee 0.0015% (max. of EUR5.70)
      Ticket fee of EUR0.40
      Settlement fee of EUR0.425
      Exchange fee of 0.0048% (min. of EUR0.60 and max. of EUR18.00)
      UK London Stock Exchange(LSE SETS) Stamp Duty of 0.50% (Buy trades; GB ISIN shares only)
      Stamp Duty of 1.00% (Buy trades; IE ISIN shares only)
      Levy of 1 GBP for any transaction > GBP 10,000 (Buy & Sell trades)
      Netherlands NYSE EN Amsterdam (AMS) Transaction fee of EUR 1.40 + 0.0015% (max. of EUR 20)
      United States NYSE AMEX (AMEX)
      NASDAQ (NASDAQ)
      New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
      0.00218% on sell trades only
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