CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 52.51% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
Deposits & Withdrawals
Funding your Royal account and making withdrawals has never been easier! Take a look at our global funding options below.
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All monies received from our clients are banked and held in clients’ segregated funds accounts and dealt with in accordance to the Rules and Regulations of the jurisdiction they choose to open an account with.
The answer is unfortunately ‘no’. Make sure that the funds being deposited are from an account / credit card in the same name as your Royal trading account. We do not accept third party payments; in such cases the funding fees apply.
In the case of a joint account, we accept funds from one account / credit card pertaining to one or both of the approved parties on the account.
Yes, Royal covers all fees (on credit & debit cards and eWallets), but when it comes to bank wires, we cover all deposit fees on Westpac, AstroBank and Hellenic Bank wires, plus up to $30 (or base currency equivalent) of any intermediary fees on deposits over $500.
There may be unforeseen circumstances whereby deposit times may take longer to hit a client’s segregated funds account than what is stated under each deposit option.
Currency conversion may apply to unavailable currencies.
Our payment service providers accept a whole host of currencies, but in some cases, there are currencies they won’t accept without charging you a conversion fee. Simply take a look at the Available Currencies column under each payment method to see which currencies are allowed.
If a client is deemed to be abusing or inappropriately depositing (e.g. making several deposits without any further trading), Royal then has the right to charge the client any transaction fees incurred with deposits and withdrawals, without providing notice.
Funds can only be withdrawn to an account / credit card that is in the same name as your Royal trading account. We do not action third party transfers.
Payments to and from international payment institutions may attract transfer fees, including intermediary bank fees, which are independent of Royal. Any such fees will be the responsibility of the client.
If you are requesting a transfer to be made in a currency that is different from your trading accounts’ base currency, you will then be charged up to 3% conversion fee in addition to any transaction fee.
Domestic AUD and EUR transfers in Australia and Cyprus respectively, are free. All other international transfers and currencies will attract transfer fees that are charged by the bank.
Yes, you will be charged processing fees, and you can see those fees in the appropriate withdrawal section.
Any profits you make can be paid via bank wire or in some circumstances, via cheque. If you want to receive your profits via Skrill or Neteller, we can also accommodate you, but you will need to cover any fees.
You can only withdraw the amount you originally deposited via your credit or debit card. When it comes to withdrawing your profits, you can only withdraw them via bank wire or in approved cases, as an AUD or EUR cheque, or via Skrill or Neteller, but charges may apply.
Credit card withdrawals attract up to 2% in processing fees.
Any withdrawal amount above the one deposited is subject to a 2% processing fee.
Withdrawals via Skrill and Neteller attract up to 2% in processing fees.
Skrill and Neteller impose the following term on all withdrawals: 7 business days must pass from the day you deposit an amount using their service. What this means is that if you deposit an amount on the 1st of January, you won’t be able to withdraw it until the 13th of January, as there are weekends in between.
There may be unforeseen circumstances whereby withdrawal times may be longer.
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