Margin Requirements Sample Clauses

Margin Requirements. It shall not (i) extend credit to others for the purpose of buying or carrying any Margin Stock in such a manner as to violate Regulation T or Regulation U or (ii) use all or any part of the proceeds of any Advance, whether directly or indirectly, and whether immediately, incidentally or ultimately, for any purpose that violates the provisions of the Regulations of the Board of Governors, including, to the extent applicable, Regulation U and Regulation X.
Margin Requirements. 17.1. In order to open a Transaction for an Asset / Underlying Asset, the Client undertakes to provide the Initial Margin in his/her Trading Account. In order to keep a Transaction open, the Client undertakes to ensure that the amount in his/her Trading Account equals the Margin required to maintain the transaction open. The Client acknowledges that the Margin for each Underlying Asset differs and may be changed by us in our sole discretion from time to time. Based on the amount of funds that the Client has in his/her Trading Account, we retain the right to limit the amount and total number of open Transactions that you may wish to open or currently maintain on the Trading Platform.
Margin Requirements. None of the Transactions or the application of the proceeds of the Securities will violate or result in a violation of Section 7 of the Exchange Act (including, without limitation, Regulation T (12 C.F.R. Part 220), Regulation U (12 C.F.R. Part 221) or Regulation X (12 C.F.R. Part 224) of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System).
Margin Requirements. It is your responsibility and obligation to monitor and pay Margins strictly in accordance with clause 11. You should appreciate that Spreads, fees, funding and other charges will affect your trading net profits (if any) or increase your losses.
Margin Requirements. The Customer shall provide and maintain the Initial Margin and/or Hedged Margin in such limits as the Company, at its sole discretion, may require from time to time under the Agreement. Such sums of money shall only be paid to the Company's bank account in the form of cleared funds. It is the Customer’s responsibility to ensure that the Customer understands how a margin is calculated. The Customer shall pay Initial Margin and/or Hedged Margin at the moment of opening a position. The amount of Initial Margin and Hedged Margin for each Instrument is defined in the Contract Specifications. If no Force Majeure Event has occurred, the Company is entitled to change margin requirements, notifying the Customer about these amendments. The Company is entitled to change margin requirements without prior Written Notice in the case of Force Majeure Event. The Company is entitled to apply new margin requirements to the new positions and to the positions which are already open. The Company is entitled to close the Customer’s Open Positions without the consent of the Customer or any prior Written Notice if the Equity is less than 70% of the Necessary Margin. It is the Customer’s responsibility to notify the Company as soon as the Customer believes that the Customer will be unable to meet a margin payment when due. The Company is not obliged to make margin calls for the Customer. The Company is not liable to the Customer for any failure by the Company to contact or attempt to contact the Customer. For the purposes of determining whether the Customer has breached clause 14.6 above, any sums referred to therein which are not denominated in the Currency of the Trading Account shall be treated as if they were denominated in the Currency of the Trading Account by converting them into the Currency of the Trading Account at the relevant exchange rate for spot dealings in the foreign exchange market.
Margin Requirements. Customer shall provide and maintain with Canada margin in such amounts and in such form that Canada, in it is sole discretion may require. Canada does not require Customers to pay the full price of Foreign Currencies, spot metal or CFDs Customer may buy and sell. Instead, Customer is required to post a small percentage of the full amount which Customer is obligated to pay to Canada under the Contract, to secure Customer’s obligations to Canada. Margin includes Required Margin for Open Positions, which is based on (i) the Opening Margin Requirement; (ii) the Minimum Margin Requirement; (iii) the market value of Open Positions; and (iv) any additional amount as Canada, in its sole discretion, believes is prudent to require. Customer must maintain the Minimum Margin Requirement on their Open Positions at all times. Canada has the right to liquidate any or all Open Positions whenever the Minimum Margin Requirement is not maintained, according to Section 6 hereof. Margin requirements are subject to change at any time in Canada’s sole discretion and without prior notice. No previous margin requirement shall preclude Canada from increasing that requirement without prior notice. Canada may, in its sole discretion, elect to impose on a disclosed on undisclosed basis limitations on the maximum number of Open Positions allowed at any time