Custodial Participant deals

NSCCL provides a facility to entities like Domestic Body Corporates & Domestic Financial Institutions etc. to execute trades through any TM, which may be cleared and settled by their own Clearing Member. To avail this facility the entities are required to take a Custodian Participant (CP) Code from NSCCL through the clearing member. The client and clearing member are required to enter into an agreement as per specified format .

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Thereafter, all trades executed by such CP through any TM are required to have the CP code in the relevant field on the CDS trading system at the time of order entry. Such trades executed on behalf of a CP are required to be confirmed by their CM (and not the CM of the TM through whom the trade was executed), within the time specified by NSE, using the confirmation facility provided by NSCCL to the CMs in the Currency derivatives segment.

Till such time the trade is confirmed by the CM of the CP, the same is considered as a trade of the TM and the responsibility of settlement of such trade vests with the CM of the TM. Once the trades have been confirmed by the CM of the CP, they form part of the obligations of the CM of the CP and they shall be responsible for all obligations arising out of such trades including the payment of margins and settlement of obligations.

The Clearing member is required request the NSCCL to allot a CP code in respect of clients for which the member would be carrying out clearing and settlement and provide details of the client in a specified format. The request should be made alongwith a letter from the client giving details of the clearing member, who shall clear and settle their trades in the F&O segment.

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The client is required to also procure a No objection letter from the custodian in case the clearing member is different from the custodian.

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In case the clients wish to shift from one clearing member to another clearing member an NOC would need to be submitted by the old clearing member along with an application from the new clearing member. The application made by the client in the specified format to the new clearing member would also be required to be provided to NSCCL.

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