We have a great offer for all our current and future clients. Get 50 zero-commission trades when you open a new brokerage account and transfer funds into it before April 30, 2019. You'll have up to a year to take advantage of free trades. Here's how1:
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1 This offer is available from October 1, 2018, to April 30, 2019, to new and existing customers of National Bank Direct Brokerage (NBDB). Toqualify for the offer, customers must open a new type of account and transfer funds or assets to it with a minimum of $5,000.
Only transactions made within a period of twelve (12) months in new accounts opened between October 1, 2018, to April 30, 2019, are eligiblefor free transactions.
All types of accounts are eligible for this offer.
The one-year period begins on the date the account is opened and ends on the same date the following year. The promo code "Free50" must be entered in the “General Information” section of the online application form or in section 13 of application form 17230.
2 To be eligible for the offer, a transfer of assets of $5,000 or more that does not originate from National Bank or one of its subsidiaries must be made to the newly opened account(s) during the offer period. In calculating the refund, cash outflows madeuntil the offer period is over will be deducted from the original transferred amount and may have an impact on offer eligibility.
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