How to Buy Canadian Stocks in Australia
If you are an Australian resident wanting to buy Canadian stocks, you can access the Canadian stock market, Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) through PhillipCapital Australia.
How to Buy TSX stocks?
PhillipCapital offers to trade Canadian shares to Australian investors through our international shares offering. Orders are executed via phone or trade instructions sent via email to your broker or our international trading desk.
Will I need an account to trade?
Yes, an active Phillip Capital equities account with adequate funds is required before a trade can be placed.
Brokerage to trade:
Canada (TSX) 0.65% or CAD $60.00 (Whichever is greater). To open an account please, Start Here.
How are my Canadian stocks held?
Your Canadian stocks will be held through a custodial arrangement. Dividends will be passed onto the end client.
Can I trade penny stocks on the TSX?
Smaller market cap stocks may not be able accessible due to the size of the company.
If you would like to confirm your stock can be traded or you would like to speak with one of our international trading support team, please call us on +61 7 3149 8629 or email our trading support team.
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