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Angle Broking Brokerage Charges

Angel Broking is a Mumbai based retail stock broker that offers trading, investment and advisory services to the retail customers. It offers various products and services including Equity Trading, Currency Trading, Commodity Trading, Mutual funds, IPO, Life Insurance, Depository Service (Demat account) and NRI trading account.
Angel broking Limited is one of the largest discount broker houses in India in terms of active clients. Apart from this, it has 21+ lakhs of registered clients. Some additional services like Portfolio Management Service (PMS) and Investment Advisory are also provided by Angel Broking. It provides advanced brokerage and advisory and free equity delivery trades.

Brokerage Charge
Whenever you buy or sell any stock, a charge is executed by broker as a commission. This commission is generally known as Brokerage charge.

Brokerage charges at Angel Broking:
Segment wise brokerage charges are explained below
1. Equity Charges:

Angel Broking charges

Equity Delivery

Equity Intraday

Equity Futures

Equity Options

Brokerage

Zero brokerage

Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order (Whichever is lower)

Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order (Whichever is lower)

Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order (Whichever is lower)

STT

0.1% (On buy and sell)

0.025% (On sell)

0.01% (On sell)

0.05% on premium (On sell)

Transaction Charges

NSE: 0.00325% per trade (On buy and sell)

#NSE: 0.00275% on Turnover value (buy and sell)

BSE: Charges vary as per the scrip group*

NSE: 0.00325% per trade (On buy and sell)

#NSE: 0.00275% on turnover value (Buy and sell)

BSE: Charges vary as per the scrip group*

NSE: 0.00185% on total turnover

NSE: 0.05% on premium value

Demat Transaction/DP charges

Rs.20 per scrip (On sell)

No charges

No charges

No charges

GST

18% (On brokerage, DP, transaction, SEBI charges)

18% (On brokerage, transaction, SEBI charges)

18% (On brokerage, transaction, SEBI charges)

18% (On brokerage, transaction, SEBI charges)

SEBI charges

Rs.5 per crore

Rs.5 per crore

Rs.5 per crore

Rs.5 per xcrore

Stamp Duty Charges

0.015% of turnover value (Buyer)

0.003% of turnover value (Buyer)

0.002% of turnover value (Buyer)

0.003% of turnover value (Buyer)

 



Note - #Applicable to all stocks except NIFTY50, NIFTY Next 50 index constituents, debt- oriented exchanged traded funds and stocks as per Graded Surveillance Measures (GSM)
*BSE transaction charges.

Scrip Group

Charges

A, B

0.003% of turnover value

E, F, FC, G, GC, I, W, T


For Exclusive Scrip - 0.00275% On Turnover Value
For Non-Exclusive Scrip - 0.003% On Turnover Value

 

M, MT, MS, TS, IF, IT

0.00275% On Turnover Value

 

XC, XD, XT, Z, ZP

0.1% Of Turnover Value

 

P, R, SS, ST

1% Of Turnover Value

 



2. Currency Charges:

Angel Broking Charges

Currency Features

Currency Options

Brokerage

Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order (Whichever is lower)

Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order (Whichever is lower)

STT

Zero

Zero

Transaction Charges

NSE: 0.0009% On Futures Turnover Value
BSE: 0.00022% On Futures Turnover Value

NSE: 0.035 % And
BSE: 0.001% On Options Premium Value

GST

18% (On Brokerage, Transaction, SEBI Charges)

18% (On Brokerage, Transaction, SEBI Charges)

SEBI charges

Rs.5 per crore

Rs.5 per crore

Stamp Duty Charges

0.0001% On Total Turnover Value (Buyer)

 

0.003% On Premium Value (Buyer)

 

 


3. Commodity Charges:

Angel Broking Charges

Commodity Futures

Commodity Options

Brokerage

Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order (Whichever is lower)

Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order (Whichever is lower)

CTT


0.01% On Sell Side Non-Agri

 


0.05% On Sell Side

 

Transaction Charges

Non-Agri:
0.00210% On Turnover For A Category (Near & Next Month TO )
0.0013% On Turnover For A Category (FAR Month TO)
0.00175% On Turnover For B Category

Agri:
0.006% On Turnover For A Category
0.002% On Turnover For B Category
0.0001% On Turnover For C Category

Special Charges For Following Scrips:
0.0005% On Turnover For CASTORSEED
0.0005% On Turnover For KAPAS
0.00005% On Turnover For PEPPER
0.001% On Turnover For RBDPMOLEIN

Zero

Risk Management Fee

Agri:
0.004% Of on Fresh Overnight Open Interest Position

 

N/A

GST

18% (On Brokerage, Transaction Charges, Risk Management Fee, SEBI Charges)

18% (On Brokerage, SEBI Charges)

SEBI charges

Rs.5 per crore

Rs.5 per crore

Stamp Duty Charges

0.002% On Turnover Value (Buyer)

0.003% On Turnover Value (Buyer)

 

 

Other charges:

Name of Charges

Rates

AMC (Annual maintenance charge)

Non-BSDA Clients Rs. 450 + Tax / Year
For BSDA (Basic Services Demat Account) Clients:
- Holding Value Less Than 50,000: NIL
- Holding Value Between 50,000 To 2,00,000: Rs.100 + Tax / Year

Call and trade/ Offline trade

Additional Charges of Rs. 20 per Order

Franking, KRA, CKYC, ESignature Charges

Zero

Email statements/ Contract Note

Zero

DP Charges

Rs.20 per debit transaction

Rs.50 per debit transaction for BDSA clients

Pledge Creation/ Closure

Rs.20 per ISIN

Rs.50 per ISIN for BDSA clients

Demat

Rs.50 per certificate

Remat

Rs.50 per certificate + Actual CDSL charges

Physical statements/ DIS request/ Physical contract notes

Rs.50

Cheque Bounce charges

Rs.350

Delay payment charges on outstanding bill amount (If not paid within Due Date)

1.5% per month (Charged every 15 days)

 

Charges in Detail:
Security Transaction Tax (STT):
This charge is executed by broker on every security transaction. On equity delivery, it is charge on both buy and sell. On Intraday and F&O, it is charged only on sell.
Transaction/ Turnover Charges:
It is executed by exchanges (NSE, BSE, MCX, NCDEX).
Call and Trade:
Additional charge applied to all executed order placed over the phone.
Offline Trades:
These are Non-online trades done by clients, e.g.: margin square-off, RMS square-off, Auto square-off, contract expiry etc.
Stamp Charges:
Previously, stamp charges used to vary at different states. From 1 July 2020, Government has changed the previous stamp charges format, please refer to the above list for this.
GST:
Applicable on brokerage, Transaction charges, SEBI charges and risk management charges.
SEBI Charges:
This is charge by Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to regulate the market.
Annual Maintenance Charge (AMC):
This is a yearly maintenance charge for your account.
Depository Participant (DP) Charges:
This is collected by Depository and depository participant (Angel Broking).



Frequently Asked Questions


Angel broking has an offline presence in around 10,000 offices across the different parts of India. Thus, from industry experience it is among the safest brokers.
You will receive your DP statements on a quarterly basis.
Yes, you can buy the trading software directly from BSE. We at Angel broking don’t recommend doing so as the software is very costly (Approx 15 lac) and it allows trading only on BSE.
No, since the password is only with you no one can do trade using your mobile phone. We keep the password in encrypted formats so that no one can sell your shares apart from you. It is advised to keep your password safe with you.
No, you don’t need a demat account to trade in currencies.
The minimum brokerage amount that is charged as per the agreed brokerage slab is Rs. 30. If you are unable to generate a brokerage of Rs.30 on any provided trading day, then you will be levied with an additional brokerage up to Rs.30 or 2.5%, whichever is lower in a particular segment.
No, we don’t have any fixed brokerage option.
The withdrawal amount will get deposited in your bank account within 30 minutes.
No amount is charged for closing the account.
Angel Broking provides the exposure of 2 times the margin amount.
Yes, you need to pay brokerage even if you are in loss.
No, currently the BTST service is not available with Angel Broking.
Yes, you can block funds for an IPO. The client is required to submit the signed ASBA application form that is pre-filled with the application details. There is no need to provide cheque. The funds would be blocked in the bank account that is mentioned in the form and the funds will get released if the shares remain unallotted.
Yes, you can trade now on Rs.15 brokerage per order depending on the size of the order.
The cash back gets credited as the prepaid brokerage to your account and is valid for the period of 6 months from the date of your account is activated.
It is a facility with which you can easily transfer funds to your bank.
To place a margin order, follow the steps mentioned below: 1. Login with your Angel broking account using the Mobile app. 2. Search the scrip using buy or sell on the Menu or select the scrip in the MW. 3. You will see a buy order pad as you click on the search result, navigate from the menu and select the scrip from MW. 4. On the order pad select the product type as Margin. 5. Confirm the order by adding other details and your order will be placed.
Yes, you need to have money in your trading account before placing an order.
Yes, you will receive an online confirmation of orders and trades. The status of any order gets updated on a real-time basis in the Order Book. As you place your order they are immediately validated by the system and then sent to the exchange for execution. The entire process is completely automatic and there are no manual interventions. You will also receive an email that will confirm the order placed by you at the end of the trading day. The digitally signed contract notes will also be sent through e-mail for the orders that are executed during the trading day.
Generally you need an amount of Rs.20,000 to trade commodity contracts. But it depends on what contract you buy.
Yes, the customers need to have money in their trading account before placing any order. On the other hand, if you have some sold shares, then the sale proceeds can be used to buy the shares you want.
It is a standardized forward contract which can be easily be traded between parties other than the two initial parties to the contract.
The branches of Angel broking are well-spread across the different parts of India. It has a wide network of 11,500 sub-brokers and franchises in tier 1, tier 2 and tier 3 cities and towns of the country. Its broad network is among the top propositions to its clients.
It is a lending facility where the clients can avail the loans to trade in shares (Cash Segment of BSE and NSE) against the margin amount. The investor pays only an agreed margin of the total value of shares bought and the remaining is funded by the firm.
Margin Funding is beneficial to the investors who trades on delivery basis and holds the investment. As per the Exchange guideline, debit is not allowed in broking beyond T+7 to take high exposure.
A futures contract is simply a standardized forward contract that can be easily traded between parties other than the two initial parties of the contract.
You can start with any amount that you are comfortable with, but we at Angel broking recommend our customers to start with the substantial amount of Rs. 25,000.

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