Statutory Charges on Trades at FYERS

Which statutory charges are imposed by the government and regulatory authorities on trades?

When you conduct a trade in any segment, you're responsible not only for the brokerage but also for specific statutory charges. These may include STT (Security Transaction Tax) for equity transactions, CTT (Commodity Transaction Tax) for commodities, exchange transaction fees, SEBI Charges, Clearing Member fees, GST, and Stamp Duty. Collectively, these constitute the transaction cost. For a comprehensive list of charges across different trading segments, please refer to our Brokerage Calculator.

FYERSEquity DeliveryEquity IntradayEquity FuturesEquity OptionCurrency FuturesCurrency OptionsMCX FuturesMCX Options
BROKERAGEZero BrokerageRs. 20 per executed order or 0.03% whichever is lower. 0.03% or Rs. 20/executed order whichever is lowerFlat Rs. 20 per executed order0.03% or Rs. 20/executed order whichever is lowerFlat Rs. 20 per executed order0.03% or Rs. 20/executed order whichever is lowerFlat Rs. 20 per executed order
STT/CTT0.1% on buy & sell0.025% on the sell side0.01% on sell side0.05% on sell side (on premium)No STTNo STT0.01% on the sell side0.05% on the sell side
TRANSACTION CHARGESNSE: 0.00325%NSE: 0.00325%NSE: Exchange txn charge: 0.0019% Clearing charge: 0.0005%NSE: Exchange txn charge: 0.053% Clearing charge: 0.009%NSE: Exchange txn charge: 0.00115% Clearing charge: 0.0005%NSE: Exchange txn charge: 0.04% Clearing charge: 0.009%MCX: Exchange txn charge: 0.0026% Clearing charge: 0.0018%NSE: Exchange txn charge: 0.0000% Clearing charge: 0.05%
GST18% on (brokerage + transaction charges)
SEBI CHARGES₹10 / crore₹10 / crore₹10 / crore₹10 / crore₹10 / crore₹10 / crore₹10 / crore₹10 / crore

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