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Nirmal Bang 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.

Nirmal Bang 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. Does Nirmal Bang offer margin lending against shares?

    Yes, Nirmal Bang is an NBFC which offers margin funding facility against the collateral of shares. The investors have to maintain an LTV ratio of 50% for margin. If the value remains below 50% within 5-days, the broker has rights to liquidate the securities and fulfil the money requirement up to the maintenance margin amount.


  2. 2. What are the benefits of lending against shares?

    Here are the benefits accrued by the borrower:

    • Dividend, bonus and other corporate actions remain with the borrower
    • Interest will be paid only for the utilized amount in a period
    • Appreciation in the price of securities which are kept for margin increases the drawing power of the investors
    • Online access to financial statement and holdings online
    • Risk monitoring system to aware clients about the shortfall in the margin
    • Shares which are idle in the demat account can be used for lending purpose


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