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CRM Premium/margins


Rtmc

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Hi,

With regard to the shedding of limited risk accounts....

1.  Will  one still be charged the CRM Premium (=Controlled Risk Management premium) if a manually placed stop loss level is triggered (as was previously the case)?

2.  Have/will the margin requirements be changing in light of)wrt  the discontinued CRM accounts?

 

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Hi @Rtmc,  on the limited risk accounts all stops were guaranteed stops that carried a premium and were to prevent the account going negative, but the new negative equity protection element in the new regulations removed the reason for having limited risk accounts. There is no premium on a normal stop but you can still elect to use a guaranteed stop and pay the premium.

The margin requirements changed at the time the new regulations were introduced and are worked out for you on the deal or order ticket. 

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On 27/10/2018 at 10:41, Caseynotes said:

Hi @Rtmc,  on the limited risk accounts all stops were guaranteed stops that carried a premium and were to prevent the account going negative, but the new negative equity protection element in the new regulations removed the reason for having limited risk accounts. There is no premium on a normal stop but you can still elect to use a guaranteed stop and pay the premium.

The margin requirements changed at the time the new regulations were introduced and are worked out for you on the deal or order ticket. 

Hi Caseynotes,

Thanks for the prompt and very clear answer. Much appreciated!

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