Standard commissions

For Active pricing please visit your local website or contact your local account manager.


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Exchange nameSymbolCommissionMin. Commission
North America & Canada​​
US New York Stock ExchangeNYSE & ARCA0.02 USD/share15 USD
US OTC Bulletin Board/Pink SheetsOOTC & OTCBB0.15%1)25 USD
Canada Toronto Stock ExchangeTSE0.03 CAD/share25 CAD
Canada TSX Venture ExchangeTSX0.02 CAD/share2)25 CAD
Europe / Middle East / Africa​
Greece Athens ExchangeAT0.35%12 EUR
Spain BME Spanish ExchangesSIBE0.10%12 EUR
Germany Deutsche Börse (XETRA)FSE0.10%12 EUR
Ireland Irish Stock ExchangeISE0.10%12 EUR
UK London Stock Exchange (IOB)LSE_INTL0.10%20 USD
UK London Stock ExchangeLSE_SETS0.10%8 GBP
Italy Milan Stock ExchangeMIL0.10%12 EUR
Denmark NASDAQ OMX CopenhagenCSE0.10%29 DKK
Finland NASDAQ OMX HelsinkiHSE0.10%12 EUR
Sweden NASDAQ OMX StockholmSSE0.10%65 SEK
Netherlands NYSE Euronext Amsterdam (AEX)AMS0.09%5 EUR3)
Belgium NYSE Euronext BrusselsBRU0.10%12 EUR
Portugal NYSE Euronext LisbonLISB0.10%12 EUR
France NYSE Euronext ParisPAR0.10%12 EUR
NorwayOslo Stock ExchangeOSE0.10%65 NOK
Czech Republic Prague Stock ExchangePRA0.28%500 CZK
SwitzerlandSIX Swiss ExchangeSWX0.10%18 CHF
Switzerland SIX Swiss Exchange (Blue-Chip)VX0.10%18 CHF
Austria Vienna Stock ExchangeVIE0.10%12 EUR
PolandWarsaw Stock ExchangeWSE0.30%75 PLN
South Africa Johannesburg Stock ExchangeJSE0.25%100 ZAR
​​Asia / Pacific
Australia Australian Securities ExchangeASX0.10%15 AUD
Hongkong Hong Kong ExchangesHKEX0.15%150 HKD
Singapore Singapore ExchangeSGX-ST0.15%25 SGD
JapanTokyo Stock ExchangeTYO0.15%1,500 JPY

1)  OTC Bulletin Board/Pink Sheet: Commission is capped at USD 25/trade for trade amounts below USD 50,000.
2)  ​TSX Venture Exchange: Commission is capped at CAD 25/trade for Shares traded below 1 CAD.
3)  AEX stocks: minimum is EUR 5. Other Dutch Exchanges: minimum is EUR 12.


Updated 03 August, 2015

Product Risk

Danish banks are required to categorise investment products offered to retail clients depending on the product’s complexity and risk as: green, yellow or red.

Stocks are categorised as yellow or red products depending on the individual instrument. For more information about the categorisation of the individual instrument and the level of risk involved, please see the Product Risk Categorisation located under our General Business Terms.

General Business Terms