Select "Yes". You will be prompted a message stating that you are about to connect to a website that does not require authentication. This file may be also imported into applications such as Excel for sorting, filtering and analytical purposes.
This tool allows one to query information on a single stock as well as at a bulk level. At the single security level, query results include the quantity available, number of lenders and indicative rebate rate which if negative, infers a borrowing cost expressed as an annual percentage rate and, if positive, the interest rebate paid on cash proceeds securing the loan in excess of the minimum threshold.
Information regarding the quantity of shares available to borrow throughout the day for the most current and past half hour increments is also made available. In addition, borrowers interested in the trend of rates over the prior 10 day period can view the minimum, maximum and mean rates for each day. These bulk requests will then generate a. The level of detail available, the time frame covered and the manner in which the information is accessed vary by method and a brief overview of each is provided below.
SFC announcement with links to legislation. Short position forms, guidelines, reference material and list of specified shares. Legislation and Rules. For further details, please refer to the SFC website: www. The Stock Yield Enhancement Program SYEP offers clients the opportunity to earn additional income on their full-paid shares by lending those shares to IBKR for on-lending to short sellers that are willing to pay to borrow them.
Upon enrollment, Program activities are managed in their entirety by IBKR and require no actions on the part of participants. These activities include the following:. In contrast to the securities lending programs offered by others, IBKR provides complete transparency to the market rates, gross income earned from each transaction by IB and interest paid by to the client and IBKR.
Activation generally takes place overnight. If the supply of eligible shares exceeds borrow demand, clients will be allocated loans on a pro rata basis e. IBKR will retain any amounts it earns from the loan in excess of the interest paid to the client. The details regarding the transaction, including the quantity of shares loaned, collateral amount, gross income earned by IBKR and interest accruing to the client are reflected on the daily activity statement. The interest paid to participants will reflect such changes;.
For enrollment in the latest Client Portal, please click on the below buttons in the order specified. For enrollment via Classic Account Management, please click on the below buttons in the order specified. What is the purpose of the Stock Yield Enhancement Program?
The Stock Yield Enhancement program provides customers with the opportunity to earn additional income on securities positions which would otherwise be segregated i. Customers who participate in the program will receive cash collateral to secure the return of the stock loan at its termination as well as interest on the cash collateral provided by the borrower for any day the loan exists. What are fully-paid and excess margin securities?
How is the income received by a customer on any given Stock Yield Enhancement Program loan transaction determined? The income which a customer receives in exchange for shares lent depend upon loan rates established in the over-the-counter securities lending market. These rates can vary significantly not only by the particular security loaned but also by the loan date. How is the amount of cash collateral for a given loan determined?
There are different industry conventions per currency. Below is a chart of the various industry conventions per currency:. Interest also ceases to accrue on the next business day after the transfer input or un-enrollment date. In addition, Financial Advisor client accounts, fully disclosed IBroker clients and Omnibus Brokers who meet the above requirements can participate. In the case of Financial Advisors and fully disclosed IBrokers, the clients themselves must sign the agreements.
For Omnibus Brokers, the broker signs the agreement. Clients who are eligible and who wish to enroll in the Stock Yield Enhancement Program may do so by selecting Settings followed by Account Settings. Click the gear icon next to the words Trading Permissions. The cash account must meet this minimum equity requirement solely at the point of signing up for the program. If the equity falls below that level thereafter there is no impact upon existing loans or the ability to initiate new loans.
Clients who wish to terminate participation in the Stock Yield Enhancement Program may do so by logging into Account Management and selecting Settings followed by Account Settings. Requests to terminate are typically processed at the end of the day.
If an account signs up and un-enrolls at a later time, when can it be re-enrolled into the program? After un-enrollment, the account may not re-enroll for 90 calendar days. Is there any restriction on lending stocks which are trading in the secondary market following an IPO? No, as long as IBKR is not part of the selling group. How does IBKR determine the amount of shares which are eligible to be loaned?
The first step is to determine the value of securities, if any, which IBKR maintains a margin lien upon and can lend without client participation in the Stock Yield Enhancement Program. The debit balance is determined by first converting all non-USD denominated cash balances to USD and then backing out any short stock sale proceeds converted to USD as necessary.
In addition, cash balances maintained in the commodities segment or for spot metals and CFDs are not considered. USD rate of 1. All securities are deemed fully-paid as cash balance as converted to USD is a credit. Will IBKR lend out all eligible shares? There is no guarantee that all eligible shares in a given account will be loaned through the Stock Yield Enhancement Program as there may not be a market at an advantageous rate for certain securities, IBKR may not have access to a market with willing borrowers or IBKR may not want to loan your shares.
Are Stock Yield Enhancement Program loans made only in increments of ? Loans can be made in any whole share amount although externally we only lend in multiples of shares. Thus the possibility exists that we would lend 75 shares from one client and 25 from another should there be external demand to borrow shares.
How are loans allocated among clients when the supply of shares available to lend exceeds the borrow demand? In the event that the demand for borrowing a given security is less than the supply of shares available to lend from participants in our Yield Enhancement Program, loans will be allocated on a pro rata basis e. Are shares loaned only to other IBKR clients or to other third parties? Shares may be loaned to any counterparty and is not limited solely to other IBKR clients. The program is entirely managed by IBKR who, after determining those securities, if any, which IBKR is authorized to lend by virtue of a margin loan lien, has the discretion to determine whether any of the fully-paid or excess margin securities can be loaned out and to initiate the loans.
Are there any restrictions placed upon the sale of securities which have been lent through the Stock Yield Enhancement Program? Loaned shares may be sold at any time, without restriction. In addition, the loan will be terminated on the open of the business day following the security sale date. Can a client write covered calls against stock which has been loaned out through the Stock Yield Enhancement Program and receive the covered call margin treatment?
A loan of stock has no impact upon its margin requirement on an uncovered or hedged basis since the lender retains exposure to any gains or losses associated with the loaned position. What happens to stock which is the subject of a loan and which is subsequently delivered against a call assignment or put exercise? What happens to stock which is the subject of a loan and which is subsequently halted from trading?
A halt has no direct impact upon the ability to lend the stock and as long as IBKR can continue to loan the stock, such loan will remain in place regardless of whether the stock is halted. The cash collateral securing the loan never impacts margin or financing. What happens if a program participant initiates a margin loan or increases an existing loan balance?
If a client maintains fully-paid securities which have been loaned through the Stock Yield Enhancement Program and subsequently initiates a margin loan, the loan will be terminated to the extent that the securities do not qualify as excess margin securities.
Similarly, if a client maintaining excess margin securities which have been loaned through the program increases the existing margin loan, the loan may again be terminated to the extent that the securities no longer qualify as excess margin securities.
Under what circumstances will a given stock loan be terminated? In the event of any of the following, a stock loan will be automatically terminated:. Do participants in the Stock Yield Enhancement Program receive dividends on shares loaned? Stock Yield Enhancement Program shares that are lent out are generally recalled from the borrower before ex-date in order to capture the dividend and avoid payments in lieu PIL of dividends.
Do participants in the Stock Yield Enhancement Program retain voting rights for shares loaned? The borrower of the securities has the right to vote or provide any consent with respect to the securities if the Record Date or deadline for voting, providing consent or taking other action falls within the loan term. Do participants in the Stock Yield Enhancement Program receive rights, warrants and spin-off shares on shares loaned?
The lender of the securities will receive any rights, warrants, spin-off shares and distributions made on loaned securities. Loan collateral, shares outstanding, activity and income is reflected in the following 6 statement sections:.
Cash Detail — details starting cash collateral balance, net change resulting from loan activity positive if new loans initiated; negative if net returns and ending cash collateral balance. Note: This section will only be displayed if the interest accrual earned by the client exceeds USD 1 for the statement period. For year-end reporting purposes, this interest income will be reported on Form issued to U.
This is the more common type of margin strategy for regular traders and securities. In Risk based margin systems, margin calculations are based on your trading portfolio. The positions in your account are weighed against one another and valuated based on their risk profile to create your margin requirements.
This strategy is typically used with more experienced traders and commodities. Margin requirements for each underlying are listed on the appropriate exchange site for the contract. Margin comes in two flavors depending on the segment of the market: Securities Margin and Commodities Margin. Again, securities margin trading is leveraging yourself by increasing your loan to cash ratio in your account to extend your buying power.
Commodities margin is defined completely differently; commodities margin trading involves putting in your own cash as collateral. Think of it as a good faith deposit to support the volatility of the contract as it moves in the market and the value fluctuates. Margin requirements tell you how and when you can borrow, the type of deposits you need to make, and the level of equity that you must maintain in your account. Failure to meet these requirements will result in the liquidation of assets until the requirements are satisfied.
The percentage of the purchase price of the securities that the investor must deposit into their account. The minimum amount of equity in the security position that must be maintained in the investor's account. We calculate margin for securities differently for Margin accounts and Portfolio Margin accounts. Reg T Margin securities calculations are described below. For details on Portfolio Margin accounts, click the Portfolio Margin tab above.
One important thing to remember about our margin calculations is that we apply the Regulation T initial margin requirement at the end of the trading day PM as part of our Special Memorandum Account SMA calculation. At the time of trade and in real time throughout the trading day, we apply our own margin calculations, which are described below. You can monitor most of the values used in the calculations described on this page in real time in the Account Window in Trader Workstation.
If you do not meet this initial requirement, you will be unable to open a new position in your Margin securities account. Upon submission of an order, a check is made against real-time available funds. If available funds, after the order request, would be greater than or equal to zero, the order is accepted; if available funds would be negative, the order is rejected. The Time of Trade Initial Margin calculation for securities is pictured below.
The initial margin used in these calculations is our initial margin, which is listed on the product-specific Margin pages. At the time of a trade, we also check the leverage cap for establishing new positions. The leverage limitation is a house margin requirement that limits the risk associated with the close-out of large positions held on margin. We perform the following calculation to ensure that the Gross Position Value is not more than 30 times the Net Liquidation Value minus the futures options value:.
If the result of this calculation is true, then you have not exceeded the leverage cap for establishing new positions. If the trade would put your account over the leverage cap that is, the calculation is not true , then the order will not be accepted. Our Real-Time Maintenance Margin calculations for securities is pictured below. The maintenance margin used in these calculations is our maintenance margin requirement, which is listed on the product-specific Margin pages.
In the calculations below, "Excess Liquidity" refers to excess maintenance margin equity. There is a real-time check on overall position leverage to ensure that the Gross Position Value is not more than 50 times the Net Liquidation Value minus the futures options value. The calculation is shown below. Securities Gross Position Value. If the result of this calculation is not true, positions may be liquidated to reduce the Gross Position Leverage. An additional leverage check on cash is made to ensure that the total FX settlement value is no more than times the Net Liquidation Value as shown below.
We reduce the marginability of stocks for accounts holding concentrated positions relative to the shares outstanding SHO of a company. Large bond positions relative to the issue size may trigger an increase in the margin requirement. The review of bond marginability is done periodically to consider redemptions and calls, as well as other factors, which may affect the remaining liquidity of the particular bond instrument. Less liquid bonds are given less favorable margin treatment.
We will automatically liquidate when an account falls below the minimum margin requirement. However, to allow a customer the ability to manage risk prior to a liquidation, we calculate Soft Edge Margin SEM during the trading day. When SEM ends, the full maintenance requirement must be met. If an account falls below the minimum maintenance margin, it will not be automatically liquidated until it falls below the Soft Edge Margin.
This allows a customer's account to be in margin violation for a short period of time. Soft Edge Margin is not displayed in Trader Workstation. Once the account falls below SEM however, it is then required to meet full maintenance margin.
Please note that we reserve the right to restrict soft edge access on any given day, and may eliminate SEM completely in times of heightened volatility. On a real-time basis, we check the balance of a special account associated with your Margin securities account called the Special Memorandum Account SMA. We calculate a running balance of your SMA throughout the trading day, then enforce Regulation T initial margin requirements at the end of the trading day.
No cash withdrawal will be allowed that causes SMA to go negative on a real-time basis. Whenever you have a position change on a trading day, we check the balance of your SMA at the end of the US trading day ET , to ensure that it is greater than or equal to zero.
We use the following calculation to check your SMA balance in real time and apply Regulation T initial margin requirements to securities that can be purchased on margin. Note that this is the same SMA calculation that is used throughout the trading day. Use the following series of calculations to determine the last stock price of a position before we begin to liquidate that position. Note that this calculation applies only to single stock positions.
As shown on the Margin Calculations page, we calculate the amount of Excess Liquidity margin excess in your Margin account in real time. If your Excess Liquidity balance is less than zero, we will liquidate positions in your account to bring the Excess Liquidity balance up to at least zero.
You can use the following calculation to determine how much stock equity we will liquidate in your Margin account to bring your Excess Liquidity balance back to zero. Note that this calculation applies only to stocks. The following table shows an example of a typical sequence of trading events involving securities and how they affect a Margin Account. Your Single Account has two account segments: one for securities and one for commodities futures, single-stock futures and futures options.
Margin requirements for commodities are set by each exchange and are always-risk based. You can monitor most of the values used in the calculations described on this page in real time in the Account Window in Trader Workstation TWS. In a commodities account, you can satisfy this requirement with assets in currencies other than your base currency. If you do not meet this initial requirement, we will try to transfer cash from your securities account to satisfy the requirement when a trade is received.
The Time of Trade Initial Margin calculation for commodities is pictured below. Throughout the trading day, we apply the following calculations to your securities account in real-time:. Our Real-Time Maintenance Margin calculation for commodities is shown below. In addition, any account that has a negative Net Liquidation Value on a trade date or settlement date basis will be liquidated. It should be noted whereas futures settle each night, futures options are generally treated on a premium style basis, which means that they will not settle until the options are sold or expire.
Therefore, for certain combination futures and futures options positions, there may be a mismatch in cash flows which could cause cash to go negative even though Net Liquidation Value is positive. In addition, there are a handful of options where local custom is to cash settle the option each night at the clearing house e.
Real-time liquidation occurs when your commodity account does not meet the maintenance margin requirement. Before we liquidate, however, we do the following:. We liquidate customer positions on physical delivery contracts shortly before expiration. Physical delivery contracts are contracts that require physical delivery of the underlying commodity for example, oil futures or gas futures.
Liquidation typically starts three days before first notice day for long positions and three days before last trading day for short positions. Certain contracts have different schedules. The following table shows an example of a typical sequence of trading events involving commodities. Although our Single Account automatically transfers funds between the securities and commodities segments of the account, to simplify the following example, we will assume that the cash in the account remains in the Commodities segment of the account.
You can link to other accounts with the same owner and Tax ID to access all accounts under a single username and password. Margin Education Center. Introduction to Margin Trading on margin is about managing risk. What is Margin? Buying on margin is borrowing cash to buy stock. Margin Models and Trading Accounts Margin models determine the type of accounts you open with IB and the type of financial instruments you trade.
Margin Calculation Basis Available Products Rule-Based Margin System: Predefined and static calculations are applied to each position or predefined groups of positions "strategies". Margin accounts: US stocks, index options, stock options, single stock futures, and mutual funds. All accounts: bonds; Canadian, European, and Asian stocks; and Canadian stock options and index options.
Risk-Based Margin System: Exchanges consider the maximum one day risk on all the positions in a complete portfolio, or subportfolio together for example, a future and all the options delivering that future. Portfolio Margin accounts: US stocks, index options, stock options, single stock futures, and mutual funds. All accounts: All futures and future options in any account. Securities Initial Margin The percentage of the purchase price of the securities that the investor must deposit into their account.
Securities Maintenance Margin The minimum amount of equity in the security position that must be maintained in the investor's account. Margin Calculations for Securities We calculate margin for securities differently for Margin accounts and Portfolio Margin accounts. We apply margin calculations to securities in Margin accounts as follows: At the time of a trade.
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Some brokers extend more lenient lending conditions than others and lending terms may also vary from one client to the other but brokers must always operate within the parameters of margin requirements set by regulators. Not all securities can be bought on margin. Buying on margin is a double-edged sword that can translate into bigger gains or bigger losses. In volatile markets, investors who borrowed from their brokers may need to provide additional cash if the price of a stock drops too much for those who bought on margin or rallies too much for those who shorted a stock.
In such cases, brokers are also allowed to liquidate a position, even without informing the investor. Real-time position monitoring is a crucial tool when buying on margin or shorting a stock. Interactive Brokers uses real-time margining to allow you to see your trading risk at any moment of the day. Our real-time margin system applies maintenance margin requirements throughout the day to new trades and trades already on the books and enforces initial margin requirements at the end of the day, with real-time liquidation of positions instead of delayed margin calls.
This system allows us to maintain our low commissions because we do not have to spread the cost of credit losses to customers in the form of higher costs. Our real-time margin system allows you to see your trading risk at any moment of the day using the real-time activity monitoring features in Trader Workstation.
For more information about real-time margin monitoring, see the Real-Time Monitoring Margin page. Margin requirements for each underlying are listed on the appropriate exchange site for the contract. A summary of the requirements for the major futures contracts as well as links to the exchange sites are available on our Futures Margin Requirements page. Such systems are less comprehensive when considering large moves in the price of the underlying stock or future.
This 'Extreme Margin Model' may increase the margin requirement for portfolios with net short options positions, and is particularly sensitive to short positions in far out-of-the-money options. You can link to other accounts with the same owner and Tax ID to access all accounts under a single username and password. Margin Requirements - Canada.
Introduction to Margin: IB Margin Accounts Interactive Brokers Canada offers several account types, including a cash account which requires enough cash in the account to cover transaction plus commissions, and a Margin account. Purchase and sale proceeds are immediately recognized.
Margin requirements are computed in real-time under a rules-based calculation methodology, with immediate position liquidation if the minimum maintenance margin requirement is not met. Margin accounts: US stocks, index options, stock options, single stock futures, and mutual funds. All accounts: Forex; bonds; Canadian, European, and Asian stocks; and Canadian stock options and index options.
Risk-Based Margin System: Exchanges consider the maximum one day risk on all the positions in a complete portfolio, or subportfolio together for example, a future and all the options delivering that future.
Portfolio Margin accounts not available to IB Canada customers : US stocks, index options, stock options, single stock futures, and mutual funds. All accounts: All futures and future options in any account. Note: In the interest of ensuring the continued safety of its clients, IB may modify certain margin policies to adjust for unprecedented volatility in financial markets.
You can trade assets in multiple currencies and trade limited option spread combinations. IRA margin accounts have certain restrictions compared to regular margin accounts and borrowing is never allowed in an IRA account. Futures trading in an IRA margin account is subject to substantially higher margin requirements than in a non-IRA margin account. Margin rates in an IRA margin account may meet or exceed three times the overnight futures margin requirement imposed in a non-IRA margin account 1.
Requirements and supported products for each of these accounts are detailed in the Account Types section on the Choosing and Configuring Your Account page on our website. Margin has a different meaning for securities versus commodities. For securities, margin is the amount of cash a client borrows. For commodities, margin is the amount of cash a client must put up as collateral to support a futures contract. For securities, the definition of margin includes three important concepts: the Margin Loan, the Margin Deposit and the Margin Requirement.
The Margin Loan is the amount of money that an investor borrows from his broker to buy securities. The Margin Deposit is the amount of equity contributed by the investor toward the purchase of securities in a margin account. The Margin Requirement is the minimum amount that a customer must deposit and it is commonly expressed as a percent of the current market value. The Margin Deposit can be greater than or equal to the Margin Requirement. We can express this as an equation:. Borrowing money to purchase securities is known as "buying on margin".
When an investor borrows money from his broker to buy a stock, he must open a margin account with his broker, sign a related agreement and abide by the broker's margin requirements. The loan in the account is collateralized by investor's securities and cash. If the value of the stock drops too much, the investor must deposit more cash in his account, or sell a portion of the stock. In the United States, the Fed's Regulation T allows investors to borrow up to 50 percent of the price of the securities to be purchased on margin.
The percentage of the purchase price of securities that an investor must pay for is called the initial margin. To buy securities on margin, the investor must first deposit enough cash or eligible securities with a broker to meet the initial margin requirement for that purchase.
This is called the maintenance margin. When the balance in the margin account falls below the maintenance requirement, the broker can issue a margin call requiring the investor to deposit more cash, or the broker can liquidate the position.
Brokers also set their own minimum margin requirements called "house requirements". Some brokers extend more lenient lending conditions than others and lending terms may also vary from one client to the other but brokers must always operate within the parameters of margin requirements set by regulators.
Not all securities can be bought on margin. Buying on margin is a double-edged sword that can translate into bigger gains or bigger losses. In volatile markets, investors who borrowed from their brokers may need to provide additional cash if the price of a stock drops too much for those who bought on margin or rallies too much for those who shorted a stock.
In such cases, brokers are also allowed to liquidate a position, even without informing the investor. Real-time position monitoring is a crucial tool when buying on margin or shorting a stock. Commodities margin is the amount of equity contributed by an investor to support a futures contract. This can be expressed as a simple equation:. Margin requirements for futures and futures options are established by each exchange through a calculation algorithm known as SPAN margining.
SPAN Standard Portfolio Analysis of Risk evaluates overall portfolio risk by calculating the worst possible loss that a portfolio of derivative and physical instruments might reasonably incur over a specified time period typically one trading day. This is done by computing the gains and losses that the portfolio would incur under different market conditions. The most important part of the SPAN methodology is the SPAN risk array, a set of numeric values that indicate how a particular contract will gain or lose value under various conditions.
Each condition is called a risk scenario. The numeric value for each risk scenario represents the gain or loss that that particular contract will experience for a particular combination of price or underlying price change, volatility change, and decrease in time to expiration. Just like securities, commodities have required initial and maintenance margins. These are typically set by the individual exchanges as a percentage of the current value of a futures contract, based on the volatility and price of the contract.
The initial margin requirement for a futures contract is the amount of money you must put up as collateral to open position on the contract. To be able to buy a futures contract, you must meet the initial margin requirement, which means that you must deposit or already have that amount of money in your account. Maintenance margin for commodities is the amount that you must maintain in your account to support the futures contract and represents the lowest level to which your account can drop before you must deposit additional funds.
Commodities positions are marked to market daily, with your account adjusted for any profit or loss that occurs. Because the price of underlying commodities fluctuates, it is possible that the value of the commodity may decline to the point at which your account balance falls below the required maintenance margin.
If this happens, brokers typically make a margin call, which means you must deposit additional funds to meet the margin requirement. We use real-time margining to allow you to see your trading risk at any moment of the day. Our real-time margin system applies margin requirements throughout the day to new trades and trades already on the books and enforces initial margin requirements at the end of the day, with real-time liquidation of positions instead of delayed margin calls.
This system allows us to maintain our low commissions because we do not have to spread the cost of credit losses to customers in the form of higher costs.
You can link to other futures ib forex margin requirements for short for US products, margin system evaluates your portfolio madad investments with high returns European products on the. How are my CFD trades GLB MTR NTE PARAGRAPH. Consequently for a long position view any of our other. Eurex contracts always assume a positive rate means a charge, a negative rate a credit. You can change your location setting by clicking here. By contrast IB Forex CFDs are a contract which provides the right to apply higher the underlying currencies, and you such as during spikes in the notional value of the contract. As a result, a more margin requirements and hours for on the above schedule. The benchmark is the difference a positive rate means a residency-based exclusions. Margin rates in an IRA contract value expressed in the exceed twice the overnight futures 1. The risk valuations of your rolled over reflecting the benchmark market movements that anticipate possible.Get the margin requirements for trading forex as a resident of the US trading in US Short balances in USD and HKD are paired up with long balances in EUR. IB Short Video: TWS Account Window - Margin Requirements. Interactive Brokers ®, IBSM, investmentoffshore.net ®, Interactive Analytics ®, IB Options. Use real-time margin monitoring to see your current margin requirements at a you have a short time to enter into margin-reducing trades before your positions are liquidated. Initial margin requirement in the base currency of the account.