Saxo Bank — Saxo Capital Markets Review — Singapore, Australia and beyond

(quick note. This article originally appeared on adamfayed.com. To read the full article, including reviews on other banking providers, please click here — https://adamfayed.com/international-banking-and-investment-platform-reviews-lloyds-international-saxo-bank-others/)

Based in Denmark, Saxo Capital Markets is the capital-arm of Saxo Bank.

Saxo Bank is quite different to the other banks on this list apart from Swissquote, in that they offer a low-cost platform to investors.

This tends to focus on all the funds, ETFs and shares available on the market, rather than their own internal products.

The main positives with Saxo Bank is:

  • It is a low-cost platform with good access to a range of funds

The main negatives with Saxo Bank are:

  • The EU-regulation is both a positive and a negative. With new EU rules coming out on a regular basis, including some which affect investors, new changes and costs can always come into the market.

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