Violations

PRISM (Parallel Risk Management System) is the real-time position monitoring and risk management system for the Currency derivatives market segment at NSCCL. The risk of each trading and clearing member is monitored on a real-time basis and alerts/disablement messages are generated if the member crosses the set limits.

Clearing members, who have violated any requirement and / or limits, may reduce the position by closing out its existing position or, bring in additional cash deposit by way of cash or bank guarantee or FDR or securities or Government securities. Similarly, in case of margin violation by Trading members, clearing member has to set its limit for enablement.

The initial margin on positions of a CM is computed on a real time basis i.e. for each trade. The initial margin amount is reduced from the effective deposits of the CM with the Clearing Corporation. For this purpose, effective deposits are computed by reducing the total deposits of the CM by Rs. 50 lakhs (referred to as minimum liquid networth). The CM receives warning messages on his terminal when 70%, 80%, and 90% of the effective deposits are utilized. At 100% the clearing facility provided to the CM is withdrawn. Withdrawal of clearing facility of a CM in case of a violation will lead to withdrawal of trading facility for all TMs and/ or custodial participants clearing and settling through the CM.

Similarly, the initial margins on positions taken by a TM are computed on a real time basis and compared with the TM limits set by his CM. The initial margin amount is reduced from the TM limit set by the CM. Once the TM limit has been utilised to the extent of 70%, 80%, and 90%, a warning message is received by the TM on his terminal. At 100% utilization, the trading facility provided to the TM is withdrawn.

A member is provided with warnings at 70%, 80% and 90% level before his trading/clearing facility is withdrawn. A CM may thus accordingly reduce his exposure to contain the violation or alternately bring in additional capital.

This violation occurs when the extreme loss margin of a Clearing Member exceeds his liquid networth, at any time, including during trading hours. The liquid net worth means the effective deposits as reduced by initial margin and extreme loss margins.

This violation takes place when a clearing member utilises the collateral of one TM and/ or constituent towards the exposure and/ or obligations a TM/constituent, other than the same TM and/ or constituent.

Related Links

Watch the market live!
Get real-time market analyses!
More about our Risk Management practices

You may also be
interested in:

Did You Know

The higher the Percent of Deliverable Quantity to Traded Quantity the better - it indicates that most buyers are expecting the price of the share to go up.

More investment concepts