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Anand Rathi Margin Exposure Limit, Leverage for Intraday and F&O


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* Margin Policy Update

As per the SEBI circular dated November 19, 2019, starting from September 01, 2021, brokers cannot offer additional margin (i.e. 20x) in any segment including intra-day at BSE, NSE and MCX. The margin is now decided by the exchange and remains the same for all brokers. For all intraday product types i.e. MIS, BO, CO trades, the leverage will be the same which is the VAR+ELM margin. Visit New margin requirements in India Stock Market to know more.

Anand Rathi Margin

SegmentTrading Margin
Equity Delivery1x (100% of trade value)
Equity Intraday5x (Up to 20% of trade value)
Equity F&O1x (100% of NRML margin (Span + Exposure))
Currency F&O1x (100% of NRML margin (Span + Exposure))
Commodity F&O1x (100% of NRML margin (Span + Exposure))

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. How much exposure does AnandRathi offer for equity?

    Investors can utilize margin up to 4 times in equity delivery and up to 10 times in the equity intraday segment.

    The customers who want to generate profit from the market swings during the day and have limited money, Intraday Margin Product is suitable for them. The positions under intraday are squared off on the same trading day.

     

  2. 2. What is Anand Rathi margin financing product?

    Margin financing product allows investors to buy shares listed on the exchanges by taking credit from the broker. Investors have to sign a contract with Anand Rathi to designate the shares in their Demat account to put as collateral or security. When the market conditions are favourable, traders can utilise the extra liquidity provided by the broker. Anand Rathi charges interest on the borrowed money based on the prevailing rates.

     

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Information on this page was last updated on Monday, August 2, 2021


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