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What are Revolut’s trading fees?

Please find below an overview of all the fees applied by Revolut Trading Ltd.

Commission fees

Depending on your plan, you’ll be able to make a certain number of commission-free trades, within your plan’s monthly allowance. Check the quota for each plan type below:

  • Standard: 1 trade
  • Plus: 3 trades
  • Premium: 5 trades
  • Metal and Ultra: 10 trades

Any trades outside your monthly allowance will be subject to a commission fee. This will be the greater of 0.25% of the order amount if you are a Standard, Plus, Premium or Metal user, or 0.12% of the order amount if you are an Ultra customer, or the minimum fee of £1.

ADR pass-through fees

Fees charged by a depositary bank in connection with your ADR holdings. ADR pass-through fees generally range from $0.01 to $0.05 per share. ADRs are normally charged once per year, but this depends on ‌the security. For further information, see this FAQ.

Currency exchange (FX) fees

Since the currency in which the order is executed is in USD, you may need to convert some money in your primary account to USD. You can find more information about currency exchange here.

Regulatory fees

These are fees imposed on US stock trading by regulators (i.e. the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)), which are levied on brokerage firms for engaging in stock trading.

The SEC levies a $27.80 fee for every $1,000,000 of principal sold, rounded up to the nearest cent.

FINRA charges brokerage firms a small fee on sell orders, to support the costs of regulation and supervision. For stocks, all sales are charged at a rate of $0.000166 per share. A minimum charge of $0.01, and a maximum charge of $8.30 apply. This is also known as the TAF or Trading Activity Fee.

When applicable, the fees levied will be charged on sell orders and withheld from your sales proceeds.