Angel Broking Charges, AMC, All Charges

Angel Broking is the only full-service broker among the top brokers in India that offers discount brokerage plans. Angel Broking also offers free account opening charges for its new clients. 

Angel Broking is a good option if you are looking for a stockbroker with a decent trading platform who offers a free account.  

In this article, I will provide a comprehensive guide to all the charges that Angel Broking levies on you.

Angel Broking Charges Details 

Angel Broking Account Opening Charges

Currently, Angel Broking charges zero fees for account opening.

Angel Broking Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC)

 Angel Broking charges Rs. 600 per annum as AMC charges for regular (Non-BSDA) investors. 

Account TypeAccount Maintenance Charges
For BSDA (Basic Services Demat Account) Clients Holding Value Less Than 50,000Zero
For BSDA (Basic Services Demat Account) Clients Holding Value Between Rs 50,000 to Rs 2 LakhRs 100 per annum
Non-BSDA Clients or (Holding above Rs 2 Lakh)Rs 20 per month

Angel Broking Brokerage Charges

Angel Broking offers Zero brokerage on equity delivery and Rs. 20 per trade on all other segments in its iTrade Prime Plan.

Let’s have a look at the brokerage charges 

Angel iTrade Prime Plan Brokerage Charges

Trading SegmentCharges
Equity DeliveryZero
Equity Intraday Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order whichever is lower
Equity FuturesRs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order whichever is lower
Equity OptionsFlat Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order whichever is lower
Currency FuturesRs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order whichever is lower
Currency OptionsRs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order whichever is lower
Commodity FuturesRs. 20 or 0.05% per executed order whichever is lower
Commodity OptionsRs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order whichever is lower

Angel Broking Delivery Charges

Angel Broking charges Zero brokerage on equity delivery.

Angel Broking Intraday Charges

Angel Broking charges a lower of Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order irrespective of the trading volume. 

For example, if you trade worth Rs 5,000 then Angel Broking will charge Rs 12.50 for stock intraday, not Rs 20.

But if you place an order for 10,000 or more then a fixed charge of Rs 20 will be charged.

Angel Broking Futures Trading Charges

Angel Broking charges a lower of Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order irrespective of the trading volume among all the segments. 

For example, if you trade worth Rs 5,000 then Angel Broking will charge Rs 12.50 for Futures, not Rs 20. 

But if you place an order for Rs 10,000 or above then a fixed charge of Rs 20 will be charged.

Angel Broking Options Trading Charges

Angel Broking charges a lower of Rs. 20 or 0.25% per executed order irrespective of the trading volume among all the segments. 

For example, if you trade worth Rs 5,000 then Angel Broking will charge Rs 12.50 for Options, not Rs 20. 

But if you place an order for 10,000 pr or above then a fixed charge of Rs 20 will be charged.

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Angel Broking Call and Trade Charges

Angel Broking charges a fee of Rs. 50 per executed order for all trades executed through Call and Trade.

Angel Broking Charges for Mutual Funds 

Angel Broking charges 0.5% to 1.% commission for mutual fund investments through its platform.

Angel Broking Charges for IPO Investment  

Angel Broking charges zero fees for IPO investments through its platform.

Angel Broking Plegde and Unpledge Charges 

You can use the margin against Demat holdings for trading futures & options only. Angel Broking charge on both pledging and unpledging of assets as mentioned below –

Pledge / Unpledge for Non-BSDA clientsRs. 20 per ISIN
Pledge / Unpledge for BSDA clientsRs. 50 per ISIN

Angel Broking MTF (Margin Trading Facility) Charges

Angel Broking charges the following fee on MTF orders over and above regular brokerage

Interest Rs 20 per day for every slab of Rs 40,000 taken as MTF
PledgeRs 20 or Rs 50 per scrip for pledge or unpledge

Angel Broking Margin Shortfall Penalty 

Angel Broking charges a penalty on the debit balance in the trading account.

Margin shortfall penalty on the outstanding amount1.50% (levied every 15 days)

Angel Broking Charges For Auto-square Off

Angel Broking charges a flat fee of Rs. 20 per executed trade for all Auto-square-off trades.

Angel Broking P&L/CMR Physical Copy

Angel Broking charges a fee of Rs. 50 per page for providing a physical copy of the CMR (Client Master Report) to its customers.

Angel Broking Off Market Share Transfer Charges 

  • Buy orders will continue to be charged lower of Rs 100 or 1.5%.
  • ‘Invest More’ orders will be charged lower of Rs 100 or 1.5% 
  • SIP orders will be charged lower of ₹10 or 1.5% 

Angel Broking Funds Add Charges 

Angel Broking charges a fee of Rs. 9 per deposit through net banking. Otherwise, Angel Broking does not levy any fees for depositing money through UPI, NEFT, or RTGS.

Angel Broking Funds Withdraw Charges 

RBI charges fees based on the amount you want to transfer.

Using NEFT

  • – For transactions up to Rs 1 lakh – Rs 5 
  • – For transactions above Rs 1 lakh and up to Rs 2 lakh – Rs 15 
  • – For transactions above Rs 2 lakhs – Rs 25 

Using RTGS

  • Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh – Rs. 30 per transaction.
  • Above Rs. 5 lakh – Rs. 55 per transaction.

Angel Broking Charges for Cancelled Orders

Angel Broking does not charge any fees for canceling orders.

Cancellation can be due to –

  • Canceling orders manually
  • Auto-canceled by the system
  • Order rejected for short of funds or any reason

Angel Broking Charges for GTT

Angel Broking does not charge any fees for setting up GTT (Good Till Triggered) orders. However, a brokerage fee of Rs. 20 is charged when the order is triggered for intraday while Zero brokerage is charged for delivery orders.

Good Till Trigger (GTT) allows you to set certain trigger (price) conditions leading to buying/ selling of shares at a particular price. 

Angel Broking Charges For BTST

Angel Broking charges a flat fee of Rs. 20 per executed trade for all BTST trades.

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Government Taxes and Regulatory Charges

Angel Broking SEBI Charges

Every broker has to pay a fee to SEBI for every trade that they execute on behalf of their clients.

Angel Broking charges a fee of Rs 10 per crore traded as SEBI charges.

GST (Goods and Services Tax)

GST is levied by the government on the services provided by the broker. 18% GST needs to be paid on all the charges like brokerage fees, SEBI charges, and transaction fees.

Angel Broking Transaction Charges

Angel Broking charges transaction charges for every trade executed on the exchange. The charges are levied by the exchange and vary from one exchange to another. The charges are as follows:

Segment Charges 
NSE Equity0.00345%
NSE Equity Futures0.0020%
NSE Equity Options0.053%
NSE Currency Futures0.0009%
NSE Currency Options0.035%
BSE Currency Futures0.00022%
BSE Currency Options0.001%
Commodity Futures0.0026%
Commodity Options0.05%

Angel Broking STT Charges

STT (Securities Transaction Tax) is levied by the government on securities and commodities on all trades executed on the exchange. The charges are as follows:

Trading SegmentCharges
Equity Delivery0.1% on both buy & sell
Equity Intraday 0.025% only on sell
Equity Futures0.01% only on sell
Equity Options0.05% only on sell
Currency FuturesNo STT
Currency OptionsNo STT
Commodity Futures0.01% on sell (Non-Agri)
Commodity Options0.05% on sell

Angel Broking Stamp Duty

Stamp duty is a tax levied by the state government on the transfer of securities. Stamp duty is charged only on the buy side. 

The stamp duty charges are as follows:

Trading SegmentCharges
Equity Delivery0.015% or Rs 1500 / crore
Equity Intraday 0.003% or Rs 300 / crore
Equity Futures0.002% or Rs 200 / crore
Equity Options0.003% or Rs 300 / crore 
Currency Futures0.0001% or Rs 10 per crore
Currency Options0.0001% or Rs 10 per crore
Commodity Futures0.002% or Rs 200 per crore
Commodity Options0.003% or Rs 300 per crore 

Angel Broking DP Charges

DP charges for Non-BSDA clientsRs. 20 per ISIN
DP charges for BSDA clientsRs. 50 per ISIN

I have written other brokers’ charges as well, which you can check below to get a better understanding.

About Rajan Dhawan

Rajan has covered personal finance and investing for over 5 years. Previously, he was in the IT field for 8 years after completing his MCA but his deep interest in personal finance led him to become an investing expert. He is passionate about investing, stocks, startups, and cryptos.

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