Margin
Margin
  • The MEMBER may insist the CLIENT to deposit interest-free margin money as a percentage of the price of securities proposed to be purchased, unless the CLIENT already has an equivalent credit with the MEMBER.
  • The MEMBER may insist the CLIENT to deposit interest-free margin money as a percentage on the price of securities proposed to be sold, unless the MEMBER has received from the CLIENT the securities in its pool account prior to such sale or has received the securities with valid transfer documents to the Member’s satisfaction prior to such sale.
  • The CLIENT authorizes the MEMBER to set off a part or whole of the Margin i.e by way of appropriation of the relevant amount of cash or by sale or transfer or pledge of all or some of the securities which form part of the margin, against any dues of the CLIENT in the event of the failure of the CLIENT to meet his obligations.
  • In case where the payment by the CLIENT towards the margin is made through a Cheque issued in favour of the MEMBER, any trade(s) would be executed by the MEMBER only upon realisation of the funds of the said Cheque or at the discretion of the MEMBER.
  • The CLIENT agrees and authorizes the MEMBER to determine the market value of securities placed as Margin. The CLIENT undertakes to monitor the market value of such securities on a continuous basis. The CLIENT further undertakes to replenish any shortfall in the value of the margin consequent to a fall in the market value of such securities placed as margin immediately whether or not the MEMBER intimates such shortfall.
  • The MEMBER may at its sole discretion prescribe the payment of margin in the form of cash instead of securities. The CLIENT accepts to comply with the Member’s requirement of payment of Margin, failing which the MEMBER may sell, dispose, transfer or deal in any other manner the securities already placed with it as Margin or square off all or some of the positions of the CLIENT as it deems fit in its discretion without further reference to the CLIENT and any resultant or associated losses that may occur due to such square off/sale shall be borne by the CLIENT, and the MEMBER is hereby fully indemnified and held harmless by the CLIENT in this behalf.
  • The CLIENT is responsible for all orders, including any orders that may be executed without the required margin in the Client’s account. If the Client’s order is executed despite a shortfall in the available margin, the CLIENT shall, whether or not the MEMBER intimates such shortfall in Margin to the CLIENT, instantaneously make up the shortfall either through delivery of shares in the event of a sale or credit the required funds in the bank account via wire or personal cheque, cashier’s cheque or money order or account transfer or any other mode.
  • The Client’s positions are valued at the latest market price available (mark to market) on a continuous basis by the MEMBER. If on such mark to market, the loss incurred by the CLIENT is more than the Margin available with the MEMBER , the CLIENT shall instantaneously pay the additional Margin.
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