Basic data of broker
Recommended for Traders and investors looking for a great trading platform and a broker with a solid background
Recommended for Traders and investors (including beginners) focusing on the Indian market and looking for low fees
Low stock, ETF, bond fees and low non-trading fees, while high forex and options fees
Low trading and non-trading fees, low stock and ETF fees
Stock and ETF fees
Deposit and withdrawal
Proof of identity: national ID / passport / driver's license
Photograph, Aadhar Card, Pan card details, Bank Statements, Signature specimen
Markets and products
Disclaimer: 68.03% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
Up to €100,000 for cash and €20,000 for securities
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Fineco Bank's service is slightly better than Zerodha's and a comparison of their fees shows that Fineco Bank's fees are higher than Zerodha's.
Account opening takes less effort at Fineco Bank compared to Zerodha, deposit and withdrawal processes are more seamless at Fineco Bank, while customer service quality is somewhat better than Zerodha's.
Our experts rated the trading platform of Fineco Bank as being of the same quality as the platform of Zerodha, found that clients have access to more markets and products with Fineco Bank, while Zerodha provides better research and education.