This offer is made available at Schwab’s discretion and is valid from June 19, 2012, to March 31, 2013, for individuals who open a Schwab Global Account.
This offer is valid only for Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (“Schwab”) retail Schwab Global Accounts and does not apply to any other accounts held with Schwab or Schwab affiliates managed by independent investment advisors, ERISA-covered retirement plans, or certain tax-qualified retirement plans and accounts.
The offer is subject to account application acceptance by Schwab. Schwab reserves the right to refuse any new Schwab Global Account application.
Online commissions will be waived for online equity (American Depositary Receipts, Foreign Over-the-Counter and Foreign Equities in Local Market) trades within the Schwab Global Account, verification of which will appear on your trade confirmations. All currency conversion fees will still apply. Only trades placed through Schwab.com are eligible for free trades. No credit will be given for unexecuted trades.
Order-handling fees, foreign exchange fees, and other fees may still apply. See the Charles Schwab Pricing Guide for Individual Investors for details. Trades in the Schwab One® accounts do not qualify for waivers. Fees for broker-assisted trades in the Schwab Global Account still apply. This offer expires on March 31, 2013.
This offer is not transferable.
All Schwab Global Account holders must be U.S. citizens, must reside in the U.S., and provide a U.S. mailing address while the Schwab Global Account is active. Clients with multiple citizenships are not eligible for the Schwab Global Account.
The Schwab Global Account is not available for corporate, business, trust, organization, custodial or International accounts. IRA and ERISA tax-qualified accounts are also not eligible.
If you are employed by FINRA, a FINRA member firm or any U.S. stock, option, or commodity exchange, you are not eligible. Clients who are a director, 10% shareholder or policy-making officers of a publicly held company are not eligible.
Schwab may modify or end this offer at any time without notice. Other restrictions may apply.
International investing involves special risks, such as currency fluctuation, political instability and the potential for illiquid markets, which should be considered prior to making an investment decision. Companies whose stock trades on foreign exchanges and markets are not subject to the same accounting, regulatory, and reporting requirements as companies whose stock trades on U.S. exchanges.
The Schwab Global Account is a new offer. As enhancements continue to be added, the service and experience may be impacted.
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