SMC Global FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. How to close SMC trading account?

    SMC trading account closure is an offline process.

    To close your trading account,

    • Download the account closure form.
    • Fill the form with the Trading code, reason for the closure, and other personal details like the Name and address.
    • Sign the form and send it to the SMC head office.

    Please ensure you have no outstanding dues to the broker before you initiate a closure request.



  1. What is AMC for SMC Global?

    SMC Global charges Nil Annual Maintenance Charge (AMC) for a trading account and Rs 300 for a Demat account. AMC is charged to maintain the accounts.

  2. How much SMC Global charge for delivery?

    SMC Global charge 0.3% for equity delivery trade. These trades are also known as cash & carry trades or CNC.

  3. How much SMC Global charge for intraday?

    SMC Global charge 0.03% for intra-day trades. These orders are also known as Margin Intraday Square-up or MIS orders. All open intraday orders are auto squared-off at the end of the day. Extra leverage is offered for these trades.

  4. How much SMC Global charge for futures?

    SMC Global charge 0.03% for equity, currency and commodity futures trading.

  5. How much SMC Global charge for options?

    SMC Global charges Rs 70 per lot for equity, currency and commodity options trading. Options are highly leveraged derivative products. Options trading is used in many ways including hedging or to reduce the risk exposure of the portfolio.

  6. How much SMC Global charge for commodity?

    SMC Global brokerage charges for commodity futures is 0.03% and commodity options is 0.03%. Commodities futures are agreements to buy or sell raw material (food, energy or metal) at a specific date in the future at a particular price. Commodity options contracts are the right to buy (call option) or sell (put option) underlying commodity futures at predetermined prices on the date of contract expiry.

  7. How much SMC Global charge for currency trading?

    SMC Global charge 0.03% for currency futures trading and Rs 20 per lot for currency options trading.

  8. What are transaction charges in SMC Global?

    Transaction Charges (or Exchange Turnover Charges) is a fee charged by the stock exchanges for trades done through them. Most brokers include clearing charges to it. These charges can be seen in the contract note.

    SMC Global Transaction Charges 2021
    SegmentTransaction Fee
    Equity Delivery0.0035%
    Equity Intraday0.0035%
    Equity Futures0.0029%
    Equity Options0.065% (on premium)
    Currency Futures0.0029%
    Currency Options0.065% (on premium)
  9. Does SMC Global offer IPO?

    Yes. SMC Global offers online IPO applications to its customers. Initial Public Offer (IPO) offers an early opportunity to buy shares of companies that are not previously traded publicly.

  10. Does SMC Global offers Mutual Funds?

    Yes. You can buy/sell Mutual Funds if you have an account with SMC Global.

  11. Does SMC Global provide tips?

    Yes. SMC Global provide trading tips for stock and commodity trading to its customers.

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