AETOS guarantees that our clients’ funds will be transferred swiftly, securely and privately through our state-of-the-art technology. We accept deposits through various types of funding methods.

Funding Method Wire Transfer Visa & MasterCard SecurePay POLi
Minimum amount 
for initial deposit
General A/C AU$250 AU$250 AU$250 AU$250
Account Currency AU$ AU$ AU$ AU$
Minimum deposit
thereafter
General A/C Unlimited AU$50 AU$50 AU$50
Account Currency AU$ AU$ AU$ AU$
Deposit Lead-time 1-5 
business days
Up to 1 day Up to 1 day Up to 1 day
Deposit Fee Free* 3%* Free* Free*
Withdrawal Fee AU$25# Fund withdrawal may be processed through wire transfer only#

*  Fees might be charged by your banks, other intermediaries or AETOS.
#  Client is subjected to a AU$25 charged if NO valid trading is registered in client’s account.
For credit card user, 3% transaction fee may be deducted from client’s account, however, AETOS will compensate with an equivalent amount of trading credit.
## Initial deposit via credit card for each account should not exceed AU$500.

Deposits:

Wire Transfer
Visa & MasterCard
SecurePay
Poli
Bank  National Australia Bank
Beneficiary's Name AETOS CAPITAL GROUP PTY LTD
SWIFT Code NATAAU3303M
Bank Name National Australia Bank Limited
Bank Address NAB, 500 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
Beneficiary's Address Level 15, 122 Arthur Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060, Australia
USD Account BSB 082-039 Account number AETOSUSD01
AUD Account 082-080 13-381-3857
EUR Account 082-039 AETOSEUR01
GBP Account 082-039 AETOSGBP01

Deposit 

Note:

1. According to Anti-money Laundering Regulations, you can fund your accounts only from your own fund.  

2. The funds deposited via wire transfer will take 1-5 working days to reach your trade account, depends on banks. Fees might be charged by your bank on wire transfer transactions.

Withdrawals:

You can make the withdrawal in 3 simple steps:

 

withdrawals

 

*  For withdrawal via wire transfer, it normally takes 1-5 working days to reach your account depending on the location and operation of banks. 

Withdraw