Trading Accounts

Compare Bank Trading Accounts in Germany

Updated on 8 April 2020

10 offers from 9 banks
Annual Costs: 0.00 - 20.00 EUR
Costs per Order: 2.18 - 54.95 EUR
 DKB
ATAustria
Rating
 (2.3)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
10.00 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
DKB-Broker
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
10.00 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
funds
options
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Vienna Stock Exchange
NYSE
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to Austrian residents

No annual costs

Trading Account Provider
 (2.3)

Deutsche Kreditbank AG (DKB) was founded in 1990 in Berlin. DKB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bayerische Landesbank. DKB provides banking products and services to retail, corporate and public sector clients. Retail banking products are offered via direct banking channels.

 DEGIRO
DEGermany
Rating
n/a
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
2.18 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Depot
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
2.18 - 8.40 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Broad stocks coverage

Available to German residents

No annual costs

 Consorsbank
DEGermany
Rating
 (3.8)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
3.95 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Trader-Konto
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
3.95 - 17.25 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
funds
options
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

No annual costs

Trading Account Provider
 (3.8)

BNP Paribas is a French banking and financial services institution. BNP Paribas is one of the largest banks in Europe and in the world. BNP Paribas Group has been active in Germany since 1947 and serves private customers, companies and institutions via its twelve entities. Direct retail banking and securities trading are offered via Consorsbank, a brand name of BNP Paribas.

 Smartbroker
DEGermany
Rating
n/a
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
4.00 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Smartbroker
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
4.00 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
funds
options
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

No annual costs

 onvista bank
DEGermany
Rating
 (2.7)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
5.00 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Festpreis-Depot
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
5.00 - 10.00 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
funds
options
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
NYSE
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

No annual costs

Trading Account Provider
 (2.7)

OnVista Bank was established in 1997 under the name Fimatex. OnVista Bank provides online brokerage services to private individuals. OnVista Bank's services cover the trading of securities on all major German and 13 foreign stock exchanges as well as over-the-counter trading with more than 21 issuers. In addition, onvista bank offers its customers futures and options trading at Eurex as well as the CDS trading.

 ING
DEGermany
Rating
 (3.1)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
7.40 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Direkt-Depot
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
7.40 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
funds
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
NYSE
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

No annual costs

Trading Account Provider
 (3.1)

ING-DiBa AG is a direct bank of ING Group (Netherlands) offering retail banking products and services. Being a direct bank, ING-DiBa AG doesn't have an expensive branch network, the resulting cost savings are passed on to the bank's customers which allows to offer fair conditions in all product areas. The savings and loan products of ING-DiBa AG are not complicated and can be opened and administered independently via the Internet, telephone or by postal letters.

 1822direkt
DEGermany
Rating
n/a
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
9.90 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Wertpapierdepot
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
9.90 - 54.95 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
ETFs
funds
options
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
NYSE
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

No annual costs

Trading Account Provider

Frankfurter Sparkasse is a member of Sparkassen Finanzgruppe and is the 4th largest savings bank in Germany out of 385.

Core business of Frankfurter Sparkasse is providing high-quality retail banking products and services to local residents: private customers, small- and medium-sized enterprises and public-sector institutions.

Traditionally for savings banks Frankfurter Sparkasse is essentially focused on broad participation in developing citizens' prosperity and on increasing local economic strength rather than on maximising profits. This business focus help Frankfurter Sparkasse to avoid excessive risks which is reflected in high credit ratings of Frankfurter Sparkasse.

Frankfurter Sparkasse, one of the largest savings banks in Germany, is a modern, universal bank, providing all types of financial services for both private and corporate customers. Frankfurter Sparkasse offers direct banking via its subsidiary 1822direkt. Frankfurter Sparkasse belongs to Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen (Helaba).

 Consorsbank
DEGermany
Rating
 (3.8)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
9.95 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Depot
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
9.95 - 24.95 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
funds
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
NYSE
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

No annual costs

Trading Account Provider
 (3.8)

BNP Paribas is a French banking and financial services institution. BNP Paribas is one of the largest banks in Europe and in the world. BNP Paribas Group has been active in Germany since 1947 and serves private customers, companies and institutions via its twelve entities. Direct retail banking and securities trading are offered via Consorsbank, a brand name of BNP Paribas.

Rating
 (5.0)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
25.00 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
DepotPlus
Annual Costs
0.00 EUR
Costs per Order
25.00 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
funds
options
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

No annual costs

Trading Account Provider
 (5.0)

Established in 1959, Merkur Bank is an owner-managed private bank, providing financing and investment products and services to private individuals and SMEs. Merkur Bank offers current accounts, securities accounts, fixed term deposit and savings accounts; these accounts can be opened online. Financing products, including corporate financing for SMEs, developer funding and leasing refinancing, however are offered in the branches of Merkur Bank.

 flatex
DEGermany
Rating
n/a
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
5.90 EUR
Trading Account Details
Product Name
Depot
Annual Costs
20.00 EUR
Costs per Order
5.90 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
funds
options
certificates
Stock Exchanges
XETRA
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Trading Account Features

Major world stock exchanges

Most popular trade instruments

Available to German residents

Trading Account Provider

flatex Bank (formerly biw Bank) is a German bank providing corporate and insitutional customers a range of corporate and investment banking products and services including online brokerage, securities, loan processing, payment services, capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions, collateral loans and public-sector loans.

ATAustria: This product is offered to Austrian residents only. When clicking on the product link you will be redirected to the product page in German.
DEGermany: This product is offered to German residents only. When clicking on the product link you will be redirected to the product page in German.

Trading accounts are similar to current accounts, but trading accounts can hold both cash and securities. Trading accounts are used to execute trade transactions involving buying and selling financial instruments, for example, stocks, bonds, futures and options.

The table above shows essential details of selected time deposit products offered to retail customers by the banks in Germany: traded instruments, annual costs and costs per order. The trading accounts annual costs vary from 0.00 to 20.00 EUR, costs per order are within the range 2.18 - 54.95 EUR. *)

Investor Compensation. Trading accounts made with financial institutions, credit institutions, investment firms in Germany are covered by investor compensation scheme up to 20,000 EUR per investor.

Note. Investing involves risks, you can lose (part of) your investment.

*) Costs per order are calculated for an order of 1 000 EUR placed in the home market for one of the supported instrument types (stocks, bonds, ETFs, options, certificates).

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