Currently, the company provides a full range of exchange and non—exchange services - trading stocks and ETFs, futures and options, bonds, currencies, funds and metals. According to the company itself, information flows are processed simultaneously by 300 servers located around the world.
In 2015, the broker turned out to be a person involved in an insider case organized by the hackers group. They were embedded in the corporate networks of large financial organizations, copied information releases and handed over to a number of brokers who purchased or sold shares in advance. According to unconfirmed information, the number of recipients included Exante. At the court hearing held in August 2015, the broker's interests were represented by former employee of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Howard Schiffman and representative of Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP Eric Bensky. The result was the complete dismissal of charges against Exante for the lack of evidence of the corpus delicti and the restoration of its affected rights. The market reacted with a sharp increase in investment.
The company's tariffs are quite liberal. As with any broker, a transaction on the stock market is taxed 0.02%, on the NYSE and NASDAQ – 0.02 $ per share. Other markets are traditionally more expensive. Futures cost about $ 1.5 per contract, if we talk about FORTS. More detailed rates can be found on the broker's website.
The company is represented in all key markets and platforms. In the equity and ETF segment, 10 thousand securities are represented on 25 stock exchanges. The maximum commission for US exchanges is 0.02 dollars per share, for Europe and Japan — 0.05% of the nominal value, for Russia — 0.02%. There are more than 50 pairs on the market of currencies and metals, fees: EUR/USD - 0.3, USD/JPY – 0.4, AUD/USD – 0.5, EUR/JPY - 0.7, USD/CAD – 0.7.