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Charges Equity Intraday Equity Delivery Equity Futures Equity Options
Brokerage 0.02% 0.2% 0.02% ₹ 25 per Lot.
STT 0.025% on the sell side 0.1% on buy & sell 0.01% on sell side 0.05% on sell side (on premium). In case of Options Exercise 0.125% on (Settlement Price * Quantity) to be paid by Buyer
Transaction charges NSE: 0.00325% BSE: Flat Rate per Trade Rs 1.50 & Clearing Charges Rs 0.01 per Trade. NSE: 0.00325% BSE: Flat Rate per Trade Rs 1.50 & Clearing Charges Rs 0.01 per Trade. NSE: Exchange transaction charge: 0.0019% Clearing charge: 0.0005% NSE: Exchange transaction charge: 0.05%
GST 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges) 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges) 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges) 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges)
SEBI charges ₹ 5 / crore ₹ 5 / crore ₹ 5 / crore

Condition Applied* : Above charges are applicable for clients who have registered online. These charges will vary for our offline clients (who can avail extended facilities such as a higher margin and a dedicated RM/Dealer).

Charges Currency Futures Currency Options
Brokerage 0.02% ₹ 20 per Lot
STT No STT No STT
Transaction charges NSE: Exchange txn charge: 0.0009% NSE: Exchange txn charge: 0.04%
GST 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges) 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges)
SEBI charges ₹ 5 / crore ₹ 5 / crore

Condition Applied* : Above charges are applicable for clients who have registered online. These charges will vary for our offline clients (who can avail extended facilities such as a higher margin and a dedicated RM/Dealer).

Charges Commodity Futures Commodity Options
Brokerage 0.02% ₹ 50 per Lot.
CTT / STT 0.01% on sell side (Non-Agri) 0.05% on sell side. In case of Options Exercise 0.125% on (Settlement Price * Quantity) to be paid by Buyer
Transaction charges Non-Agri:
Exchange txn charge: 0.0026%
Clearing charge: 0.0003%
Agri:
Exchange txn charge: 0.00175%
Clearing charge: 0.0003%
Exchange txn charge: 0
GST 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges) 18% on (brokerage + transaction charges)
SEBI charges ₹ 5 / crore for Non agri-commodities and ₹ 1 / crore for Agri-Commodities ₹ 5 / crore for Non agri-commodities and ₹ 1 / crore for Agri-Commodities

Condition Applied* : Above charges are applicable for clients who have registered online. These charges will vary for our offline clients (who can avail extended facilities such as a higher margin and a dedicated RM/Dealer).

Securities/Commodities Transaction Tax

Tax levied by the government while transacting on the exchanges. Charged as above on both buy and sell sides when trading equity delivery. Charged only on selling side when trading either intraday or in F&O.

Transaction/Turnover Charges

Exchange transaction charges + Clearing charges. Charged by exchanges (NSE,BSE,MCX) and clearing member.

BSE: Flat Rate per Trade Rs 1.50 & Clearing Charges Rs 0.01 per Trade.

Stamp Charges

Charged as per Stamp Duty Act 1899 levied for transacting in Securities on exchanges or depositories

DP (Depository participant) Charges

Transaction Charges :-

  1. Debit Instruction from Client Demat Account to outside Demat Account – 0.02% subject to minimum of ₹ 10 per instruction + GST.
  2. Debit Instruction from Client Demat Account to Market – ₹ 10 per instruction + GST.
  3. Beneficiary to Client Charges – ₹ 10 per ISIN + GST.
  4. Beneficiary to Market Charges – ₹ 10 per ISIN + GST.
  5. Shifting of Stocks to Client’s Demat Account from CUSA Account (Clients Unpaid Security Account to Client Charges) – ₹ 10 per ISIN + GST.
  6. Failed Instruction – ₹ 10 per instruction + GST.
  7. Demat Requests – ₹ 25 + GST per Certificate or 100 Securities whichever is higher.
  8. Remat Requests – ₹ 25 per 100 Securities or 0.04% whichever is higher + GST.
  9. Creation of Pledge – ₹ 50 or 0.02% whichever is higher + GST.
  10. Unpledge – ₹ 50 or 0.02% whichever is higher + GST
  11. Pledge/Unpledge for Margin - ₹ 10 per ISIN + GST
  12. Invocation of Pledge – ₹ 100 or 0.05% whichever is higher + GST.
  13. Charges of reissuing new DIS Booklet in case of Lost of previous one is ₹ 100 + GST.

Minimum Contract Note Charges

Choice Equity Doesn’t Charge any Minimum Contract Note Charges

GST

Tax levied by the government on the services rendered. 18% of ( brokerage + transaction charges)

SEBI Charges

SEBI fees Rs. 5 per cr for cash & Non agri-commodities and Rs. 1/- per crore for Agri-Commodities

AMC (Annual Maintenance Charges)

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Zero Account Opening Fee

Low Brokerage Charges

First Year AMC Free* 3 plans to choose from:

  • Rs.200/- + GST Yearly Plan
  • Rs.1500/- + GST - Lifetime AMC Covered
  • Rs.3000/- Full Refundable AMC (Full amount will be refunded when you close
  •       the account with us)


    *In case no scheme is selected by you then by default AMC as per annual plan will be charged at the end of the first year. For a Corporate Account, the AMC charges applicable from the 1st year are - 1000/- + GST per Annum Plan

    Buyback, OFS and NFO Order Charges

    No Extra Charges for participating in Buyback, OFS & NFO Orders.

    Request for Physical CMR, Contract Note, Ledger, etc.

    No Charges for Physical CMR, Contract Note or Ledger Etc.

    Disclaimer

    Brokerage will not exceed the rates specified by SEBI and the exchanges. All statutory and regulatory charges will be levied at actuals. No Brokerage is charged on expired, exercised, and assigned options contracts.


    Lowest Brokerage Charges in India for Online Trading

    Choice Broking is a Full-Service Broker committed to providing pre-eminent service in the Broking Industry. Therefore, Choice Broking charges one of the lowest brokerage fees as compared to some of its counterparts.

    Brokerage is charged by all brokers who facilitate investors to execute trade transactions. Normally, you will find that Full-Service brokerage charges may be slightly on the higher side as compared to Discount Brokers, but this is owing to the fact that Full-Service Brokers provide well-integrated additional services that are advantageous to every trader/investor.

    These include many specialized services like consultations, research, advisory and support among others. Share Brokerage Charges also known as a Brokerage Fee, is typically a percent (%) of the transaction amount.

    They vary from Broker to Broker, with Choice Broking offering low brokerage charges in India in comparison to industry standards. (A detailed breakdown of all the other applicable charges like Securities Transaction Tax, Stamp Charges, GST, SEBI Charges, Depository Charges and many more are given in the table above).

    Start Trading with the Best Broker to create wealth today!Choice Broking’s charges are different for Equity, Commodity and Currencies.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Brokerage is a small fee that is paid to the brokers when an investor initiates a trade. For Delivery, Intraday and Futures, Choice Broking calculates brokerage based on percentage; whereas for Options, it is calculated on the basis of a flat fee. Choice Broking levies one of the lowest brokerage charges for share trading in India.
    Intraday Brokerage Charge is the small percentage of fee traders pay to brokers on their Intraday Trade (when traders buy/sell on the same day). Intraday charges are calculated at 0.2% on Choice Broking.
    Delivery Brokerage Charges are levied on Delivery Trades (when an investor buys on one day and sells on another day). They are calculated at 0.2% on Choice Broking.
    The brokerage charges for Equities Trading is 0.2.% for Delivery and Intraday, 0.02% for Futures and Rs. 25 per lot. for Options.
    The Brokerage Charges for Futures is 0.02% (Equity, Currency, Commodity). For Options, it is Rs. 25 per lot (Equity), Rs. 20 per lot (Currency) and Rs. 50 per lot (Commodity).
    Once an investor buys stocks, they are digitally held by the Depository, i.e., NSDL and CDSL in India. The Depository charges the Depository Participant (broker) a fee for holding these securities (only for delivery), which in turn is charged by the DP to the investor.

    *Only for those online clients who are opening accounts without any referral code

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