Angel broking is one of the largest full service broker in India. Lets have a detailed review of Angel Broking Brokerage Charges & Angel Broking Brokerage Plans.

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Angel Broking Brokerage Charges

This section deals in depth about the Angel broking brokerage charges that an investor would incur while undertaking trading with Angel Broking.

Herein, not only the basic Angel Broking charges are discussed, but also the additional statutory charges that are levied for any transaction.

This has been done to ensure that the readers get a wholesome picture and are well informed about the total outflow they may suffer and plan their activities accordingly.

We hope that by the end of this article, the readers will have adequate knowledge of the various applicable charges and are in a position to self-assess the total charges payable.

The very first charge is in form of brokerage charge – this is kind of a cut paid to the broking firm for facilitating the trading. The previous basic brokerage charges prescribed by Angel Broking has been revoked.

Now only flat rates of Rs.20 per Order is available for all segments except Equity Delivery, for Equity Delivery there are no charges, it is provided for free to all users.

To encourage trading in all the segments, Angel Broking is also providing higher exposure or limits to the traders than before.


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    Angel Broking Brokerage Plans

    This Broking house provides 4 types of brokerage plans to its clients, lets dig deep into each one of them

    Angel iTrade Plan (Angel Flat Rate Plan)

    Brokerage Charge & FeesAngel iTrade Prime
    Equity Delivery TradingFREE
    Equity Intraday TradingRs.20 per order
    Commodity Options TradingRs.20 per order
    Equity Futures TradingRs.20 per order
    Equity Options TradingRs.20 per order
    Currency Futures TradingRs.20 per order
    Currency Options TradingRs.20 per order
    Minimum BrokerageRs.20 per order
    Demat AMC ChargesFree or Rs.300
    Trading AMC ChargesFree
    Margin MoneyZero

    Angel i-Trade Prime by Angel Broking at Rs.20 Flat charges per Trade in Intraday, F&O, Currency & Commodity & Free Equity Delivery Trading

    Angel iTrade Plan is applicable for all segments from April 2019 onwards. If you have any query then you can clear your doubts by connecting to Angel Broking Representative immediately and avail the offer.


    Angel Broking Charges – Others

    Apart from the brokerage charges, the following additional statutory charges applied to every client:

    SegmentsCharges
    SEBI Turnover ChargesRs 10 / Crore
    STTEquity Delivery: 0.1% on both Buy and Sell
    Equity Intraday: 0.025% on the Sell Side
    Equity Futures: 0.01% on Sell Side
    Equity Options: 0.05% on Sell Side(on Premium)
    Commodity Futures: 0.01% on sell side (Non-Agri)
    Commodity Options: 0.05% on sell side
    Currency F&O: No STT
    On Exercise transaction: 0.125%
    Right to entitlement: 0.05% on sell side
    Stamp Duty(On buy side only) Delivery: 0.015%, Intraday: 0.003%, Equity Futures: 0.002%, Equity Options: 0.003%, and Currency F&O: 0.0001%.Commodity Futures: 0.002%, Commodity Options: 0.003% (MCX)
    GST18% on (Brokerage + Transaction Charge + SEBI Fee)
    Margin Funding Charges75% Margin
    Reactivation ChargesRs 20 per instruction
    Account Closure ChargesRs 25 per instruction
    Dematerialisation ChargesRs 50 Per Certificate
    Pledge CreationRs 20 Per ISIN
    Rs 50 Per ISIN For BSDA Clients
    Pledge InvocationRs 20 Per ISIN
    Rs 50 Per ISIN For BSDA Clients
    Margin Pledge/Unpledge/ Pledge closureRs 20 Per ISIN
    Rs 50 Per ISIN For BSDA Clients
    Margin RepledgeRs 20 Per ISIN
    Rs 50 Per ISIN For BSDA Clients

    Along with above mentioned charges there are two more charges applies

    • SEBI Turnover – INR 10 per Cr.
    • Stamp Duty – 0.01% or INR 50 whichever is high (Stamp duty may vary depending upon state laws)

    The above details would suffice for an investor to learn about the total charges that he or she has to bear for any trading activity.


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      Angel Broking Charges explained

      The above mentioned charges are also explained here under as an additional information for our readers:

      • Transaction charges : This includes two components – Exchange turnover charges and clearing charges. The exchange turnover charges are the charges levied by the stock exchange for providing a platform to execute trade. The clearing charges are the charges that are paid or incurred by the stock broker to get the trade settled/cleared either by professional clearing member or by itself.
      • STT ( Securities transaction tax): This is a fiscal tax imposed by the Government. This was introduced to curb cases where the profits from trading were not being declared by the investors.
      • GST: The most happening topic since last few months – Goods and service tax
      • SEBI Turnover fee: This came in effect in January 2007 and was introduced by SEBI – Securities & Exchange Board of India. SEBI prescribed that the brokerage houses are required to pay certain percent of their respective turnover.

      The brokerage houses charge their investor with this fee (i.e. the prescribed percentage is charged on the value of transaction) on each transaction and then remit this to the SEBI via concerned stock exchange.

      This fee is shown separately in the contract note.


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