Saxo Markets is known for their relatively lower fees such as 0.08% commission per trade or as low as $0, and no custody fees for Singapore stocks. With a minimum funding of S$3,000 for a classic account, Saxo is a good online brokerage if you’re looking to trade on SGX regularly.
S$5
Min. Commission Fee SG Stocks
Custodian
Stock Holding Type
S$3,000
Min. Funding
Online Promo
Stand to win from S$888 up to S$8,888 weekly and a newly-released 100% electric Polestar 2. Valid till 16 Feb 2022

Enjoy S$0 commission fees when trading ETFs on Saxo Markets. Valid till 31 Dec 2021. T&Cs and certain market exclusions apply
Valid until 16 Feb 2022 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • S$0 commission fees Promotion does not apply to ETNs or ETCs
       
    • Stand to win from S$888 up to S$8,888 weekly + a newly-released 100% electric Polestar 2 - For existing and new clients

What you need to know

  1. Promotion valid for all Saxo Markets clients

  2. Promotion applicable to all ETFs except for products on German, Swiss, and Italian stock exchanges

  3. Terms and Conditions apply (S$0 commission fees Promotion)


  4. Terms and Conditions apply (S$888 up to S$8,888 weekly Campaign)
T&Cs

Quick Facts

Trading Products

Stocks, ETFs, bonds, commodities, options, futures, funds, FX and CFDs

Minimum Commission Fee

$5 for SG stocks, minimum US$4 for US stocks

Minimum Funding Amount

3000

Stock Holding Type

Custodian

Trading Platforms

SaxoInvestor, SaxoTraderGO, SaxoTraderPRO

Payment Methods

FAST, PayNow, MEPS, internet bank transfer or credit/debit card

All Details

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