Trading Accounts

Compare Bank Trading Accounts in Switzerland

Updated on 29 October 2020

5 offers from 5 banks
Annual Costs: 0.00 - 0.00 CHF
Costs per Order: 7.50 - 10.00 CHF
Rating
 (4.4)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
n/a
Trading Account Details
Initial Deposit
1000 USD
Account Opening Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Maintenance Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Closure Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Inactivity Fee
max 100 CHF per client per 182 days
Costs per Order
n/a
Traded Instruments
forex
commodities
CFDs
binary options
cryptocurrencies
Trading Account Features

Account can be opened online

Available worldwide

No account opening, maintenance and closure fees

Trading Account Provider
 (4.4)

Dukascopy brand was launched in 1998 to research, develop, and implement a complex financial system via novel mathematical and econophysical techniques. Over the twenty years Dukascopy has been developed into an international financial group, providing online and mobile trading, banking and payment services to individuals, companies and institutions worldwide. Established in 2010, Dukascopy Bank is a Swiss innovative online bank focused on providing Internet based and mobile trading services, banking and other financial services through proprietary technological solutions. Dukascopy Bank also exercises consolidated supervision over Dukascopy Group entities, ensures adequate liquidity, risk diversification and capital adequacy at the group level.

Rating
 (3.7)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
n/a
Trading Account Details
Initial Deposit
none
Account Opening Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Maintenance Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Closure Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Inactivity Fee
18 USD per month after 24 months
Costs per Order
n/a
Traded Instruments
CFDs
stocks
ETFs
Trading Account Features

Account can be opened online

Available worldwide

No initial deposit required

No account opening, maintenance and closure fees

Trading Account Provider
 (3.7)

IG Bank is a member of UK-based IG Group. IG Group was founded in 1974 to be focused on OTC leveraged derivatives trading. In 1998 IG Group created the first online dealing platform for financial spread betting. IG Group provide trading and investment services to clients worldwide, and have offices in 16 countries over the world. IG Group is still focused on contracts for difference (CFDs) and spread betting, while extending its product range with non-leveraged share dealing and wealth-management products. IG Bank specializes in providing online leveraged CFD trading services.

Rating
 (4.3)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
10.00 CHF
Trading Account Details
Initial Deposit
10000 USD
Account Opening Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Maintenance Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Closure Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Inactivity Fee
max 100 USD per client per 180 days
Costs per Order
10.00 CHF
Traded Instruments
forex
CFDs
futures
options
commodities
stocks
bonds
ETFs
mutual funds
Trading Account Features

Account can be opened online

Available worldwide

No account opening, maintenance and closure fees

Trading Account Provider
 (4.3)

Saxo Bank is a privately-owned Danish bank, established in 1992. In 1998 Saxo Bank launched one of the first online trading platforms, making professional-grade tools and multi-asset market access available to everyone. Saxo Bank is a global service provider, operating in different countries via its branches and subsidiaries. Saxo Bank specializes in providing online investment and trading services, allowing individuals, banks and brokers to trade dorex, CFDs, stocks, futures, options and other derivatives via its trading platforms online.

Rating
 (4.2)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
7.50 CHF
Trading Account Details
Initial Deposit
none
Account Opening Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Maintenance Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Closure Fee
0.00 CHF
Costs per Order
7.50 CHF
Traded Instruments
forex
CFDs
stocks
ETFs
mutual funds
futures
options
bonds
Trading Account Features

Account can be opened online

Available worldwide

No initial deposit required

No account opening, maintenance and closure fees

Trading Account Provider
 (4.2)

STRATEO was founded in 2009 as Keytrade Bank (Switzerland) and was a subsidiary of Keytrade Bank in Belgium, in 2012 the company was renamed to STRATEO. in June 2016, STRATEO joined Crédit Mutuel Arkéa Group (France). STRATEO specializes is providing online securities trading services to private individuals and asset managers. STRATEO offers online trading accounts opening for residents of more than 100 countries and provides access to 18 international stock markets.

Rating
 (4.0)
Annual Costs
Costs per Order
9.00 EUR
Trading Account Details
Initial Deposit
none
Account Opening Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Maintenance Fee
0.00 CHF
Account Closure Fee
0.00 CHF
Costs per Order
9.00 EUR
Traded Instruments
stocks
bonds
ETFs
mutual funds
options
futures
forex
cryptocurrencies
Trading Account Features

Account can be opened online

Available worldwide

No initial deposit required

No account opening, maintenance and closure fees

Trading Account Provider
 (4.0)

Swissquote Bank SA is focused on providing online securities trading services to private individuals, businesses and asset managers. In 1996 Swissquote launched its financial platform which allowed private investors to access the prices of all the securities traded on the Swiss exchange in real time. In 2001 Swissquote obtained banking licence. In 2013 Swissquote Bank acquired MIG Banque, specialized in Forex trading. In 2017 Swissquote Bank started offering cryptocurrency trading (Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ether, Litecoin and Ripple). In 2018 Swissquote Bank acquired Internaxx Bank S.A. (Luxembourg).

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 Switzerland: traded instruments, annual costs and costs per order. The trading accounts annual costs vary from 0.00 to 0.00 CHF, costs per order are within the range 7.50 - 10.00 CHF. *)

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

*) Costs per order is a minimal commission paid for an stock trading order on Six Swiss Exchange.

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