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Initial margin is the percentage of the purchase price of a security that must be covered by cash or collateral when using a margin account. However, this regulation is only a minimum requirement, where equity brokerage firms may set their initial margin requirement higher than 50%.
Calculate Your Initial Margin Requirement Multiply the price per share by the number of shares you want to buy to find the total purchase price. If your margin requirement is 65 percent, multiply $20,000 by 65 percent to determine your initial margin requirement of $13,000.
Initial margin. Initial margin (IM) is collateral collected and/or posted to reduce future exposure to a given counterparty as a result of non-cleared derivative activity.
Margin is the difference between the actual price of a trade at execution and guaranteed by the CCP, and the expected price if the CCP had to replace the trade after the default of the clearing participant. Collateral is the asset provided by the clearing participant to the CCP that represents the margin amount.
A margin account is a brokerage account in which the broker lends the investor money to buy more securities than what they could otherwise buy with the balance in their account. Using margin to purchase securities is effectively like using the current cash or securities already in your account as collateral for a loan.
The initial margin is basically the amount of money you are required to have in available funds in your account in order to open a trade, variation margin is the amount of money you are required to deposit to keep the trade open should your account run into negative.
Initial margin is the percentage of the purchase price of a security that must be covered by cash or collateral when using a margin account. The current initial margin requirement set by the Federal Reserve Board's Regulation T is 50%.
The initial margin represents the percentage of the purchase price that must be covered by the investor's own money. The maintenance margin represents the amount of equity the investor must maintain in the margin account after the purchase has been made.
Independent Amount is the same concept as initial margin except that the term in- dependent amount only applies to uncleared OTC swaps that are collateralized and initial margin applies to derivatives of all types that are cleared.
Independent Amount is the same concept as initial margin except that the term in- dependent amount only applies to uncleared OTC swaps that are collateralized and initial margin applies to derivatives of all types that are cleared.
A Credit Support Annex, or CSA, is a legal document which regulates credit support (collateral) for derivative transactions. It is one of the four parts that make up an ISDA Master Agreement but is not mandatory. There are also rules for the settlement of disputes arising over valuation of derivative positions.
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