Overview of T+2 Settlement

Introduction

Effective September 5, 2017, the standard settlement period for securities traded on U.S. and Canadian exchanges will be reduced from 3 business days (T+3) to 2 business days (T+2). Background information regarding this change, its projected impact and a list of FAQs are outlined below.
 
Background
Settlement is a post-trade process whereby legal ownership of securities is transferred from the seller to the purchaser in exchange for payment.  This process is facilitated via a central depository which maintains security ownership records and a clearinghouse which processes the exchange of funds and instructs the depository to transfer ownership of the securities. For U.S. securities, the Depository Trust Company (DTC) operates as the primary depository and the National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC), the clearinghouse. The Canadian Depository for Securities (CDS) performs these functions for Canadian securities. The current settlement cycle for both U.S. and Canadian securities is 3 business days following the trade date.
 
Why is the settlement period changing?
Operational efficiencies afforded by registering securities ownership in an electronic form and the ease and low cost by which clients may transfer funds electronically are critical factors enabling the shortening of the settlement cycle. The settlement cycle was last reduced from 5 business days to 3 in 1995 and transactions involving the delivery of physical certificates or payment via check continue to decline.
 
Shortening the settlement cycle is expected to yield the following benefits for the industry and its participants:
 
  • Lessens risk to the financial system – the likelihood that the price of a given security will change increases over time and reducing the settlement day lessens exposure to credit risk due to non-payment or non-delivery of that security. By reducing the notional value of outstanding obligations in the settlement pipeline, the financial sector is better protected from the potential systemic consequences of serious market disruptions. 
  • Cash deployment efficiencies – clients who maintain “Cash” type accounts are subject to restrictions which may preclude them from trading with unsettled funds (i.e., “Free-Riding” or buying and selling a security without paying for it). With T+2, funds from the sale of a security will now be available 1 business day earlier, thereby providing quicker access to funds and the ability to redeploy them sooner for subsequent purchases. 
  • Enhanced global settlement harmonization - the transition to a T+2 settlement cycle will align the U.S. and Canadian markets with other major international markets in Europe and Asia that currently operate in a T+2 environment.
 
What products are impacted by this change?
U.S. and Canadian stocks, ETFs, ADRs, corporate bonds, municipal bonds, CFDs, and unit investment trusts (UITs)
 
How will this change impact my account?
Dividends & corporate actions – securities must be purchased prior to the Ex-Date for entitlement to dividends or other rights associated with the security.    Under the current T+3 settlement cycle, the Ex-Date is typically 2 business days prior to the Record Date and this relationship will be reduced to 1 business day under T+2.
 
Short sale transactions – brokers are required under SEC Rule 204 to close out short sales if unable to borrow securities and make delivery at settlement. Currently, close out must take place by no later than the beginning of regular trading hours on T+4.  With the shortening of the settlement cycle to T+2, close out will be moved up 1 business day to T+3.
 
T+2 Order Destination – IB currently offers an order destination (TPLUS2) which allows covered call writers to purchase and deliver, upon assignment, shares having a more favorable cost basis. This T+2 order, which reduces the possibility of triggering an unwanted capital gains tax, will be amended to T+1 delivery in order to provide the same benefits.  Note that this T+2 order destination will be disabled prior to September 5, 2017 and the T+1 order destination enabled shortly after that date (i.e., there will be a transition period during which this accelerated settlement order destination will not be offered).
 
Option Exercise – The delivery period for stock and payment of cash resulting from the exercise of stock options will be reduced from 3 business days to 2.
 
Interest paid on credit balances – interest computations are based upon settled cash balances. If you purchase stock and have sufficient cash to pay for the purchase in full (i.e., no margin loan), the proceeds necessary to pay for that stock are currently eligible to earn interest up until T+3 at which point they are remitted to the clearinghouse. That interest earning period will be reduced by 1 business day under T+2. Note, however, that when that security is sold the funds settle to your account 1 business day earlier under T+2 and are then eligible to earn interest. 
 
Interest charged on debit balances – interest computations are based upon settled cash balances. If you purchase stock and borrow funds to pay for the purchase (i.e., a margin loan), interest is not charged on the loan until payment is remitted to the clearinghouse on T+3. That loan date will start 1 business day earlier under T+2. Note, however, that when that security is sold, the proceeds are credited to your account and will partially or fully pay of the loan 1 business day earlier under T+2.   
 
FAQs

Will the settlement for purchases and sales of options, futures or futures options contracts change?

No. These products currently settle on T+1 and that settlement cycle will not change.

 
Will the settlement for purchases and sales of mutual funds change?
No. All mutual funds offered by IB currently settle on T+1 and that settlement cycle will not change.
 
Will this change have any impact upon the cash or assets required to initiate an order?
No. All orders are currently pre-checked prior to submission to ensure that the account will be compliant were the order to execute. In the cash of cash accounts, that means that the account must have the necessary settled cash on hand to meet the settlement regardless of T+3 or T+2.  Similarly, in the case of margin accounts, the account must have the necessary Excess Equity to remain margin compliant. This safeguard will not change under T+2.
 
Will this change have any impact upon the timeframe by which securities are transferred via ACATS or ATON?
No. Transfer processes will not be impacted by the move from T+3 to T+2.

U.S. Microcap Stock Restrictions

Introduction
To comply with regulations regarding the sale of unregistered securities and to minimize the manual processing associated with trading shares that are not publicly quoted, IBKR imposes certain restrictions on U.S. Microcap Stocks. A list of those restrictions, along with other FAQs relating to this topic are provided below. 

Microcap Restrictions

  • IBKR will only accept transfers of U.S. Microcap stocks from Eligible Clients. Eligible Clients include accounts that: (1) maintain equity (pre or post-transfer) of at least $5 million or, clients of financial advisors with aggregate assets under management of at least $20 million; and (2) have less than half of their equity in U.S. Microcap stocks.
  • IBKR will only accept transfers1 of blocks of U.S. Microcap stocks where the Eligible Client can confirm the shares were purchased on the open market or registered with the SEC;
  • IBKR will not accept transfers1 of or opening orders for U.S. Microcap Stocks designated by OTC as Caveat Emptor or Grey Market from any client. Clients with existing positions in these stocks may close the positions;
  • Execution-only clients (i.e., execute trades through IBKR, but clear those trades elsewhere) may not trade U.S. Microcap Stocks within their IBKR account. (IBKR may make exceptions for U.S.-registered brokers);


Microcap FAQs

What is a U.S. Microcap Stock?
The term “Microcap Stock” refers to shares (1) traded over the counter or (2) that are listed on Nasdaq and NYSE American that have a market capitalization of between $50 million to $300 million and are trading at or below $5. For purposes of this policy, the term Microcap Stock will include the shares of U.S. public companies which have a market capitalization at or below $50 million, which are sometimes referred to as nanocap stocks or trade on a market generally associated with Microcap Stocks.

As Microcap Stocks are often low-priced, they are commonly referred to as penny stocks. IBKR may make exceptions, including for stocks traded at low prices that recently had a greater market cap. In addition, IBKR will not consider ADRs on non-US companies to be Micro-Cap stocks.


Where do Microcap Stocks trade?
Microcap Stocks typically trade in the OTC market, rather than on a national securities exchange. They are often electronically quoted by market makers on OTC systems such as the OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB) and the markets administered by the OTC Markets Group (e.g., OTCQX, OTCQB & Pink). Also included in this category are stocks which may not be publicly quoted and which are designated as Caveat Emptor, Other OTC or Grey Market.
In addition, U.S. regulators also consider stocks listed on Nasdaq or NYSE American trading at or below $5 with a market capitalization at or less than $300 million to be Microcap Stocks.

What happens if IBKR receives a transfer from an Eligible Client where one or more of the positions transferred is a Microcap Stock?
If IBKR receives a transfer containing a block of a Microcap stock, IBKR reserves the right to restrict the sale of any Microcap position(s) included in the transfer unless the Eligible Client provides appropriate documentation establishing that the shares were either purchased on the open market (i.e., on a public exchange through another broker) or were registered with the SEC pursuant to an S-1 or similar registration statement.

Eligible Clients can prove that shares were purchased on the open market by providing a brokerage statement or trade confirm from a reputable broker reflecting the purchase of the shares on a public exchange. Eligible Clients can establish that the shares are registered by providing the SEC (Edgar system) File number under which their shares were registered by the company (and any documents necessary to confirm the shares are the ones listed in the registration statement).

NOTE: All customers are free to transfer out any shares we have restricted at any time.
 

What restrictions will IBKR apply to Prime accounts?
Clients whose activities include Prime services are considered Eligible Clients solely for the purposes of those trades which IBKR has agreed to accept from its executing brokers. However, while Prime accounts may clear U.S. Microcap Stocks at IBKR, those shares will be restricted until such time IBKR confirms that the shares are eligible for re-sale under the procedures discussed above.  To remove the restriction for shares purchased on the open market, please provide an official Account Statement or Trade Confirmation from the executing broker or have the executing broker provide a signed letter, on company letterhead, showing the IBKR account name and number, stating that the shares were purchased in the open market, along with the details of the executions (date, time, quantity, symbol, price, and exchange).  Or if the shares were acquired through an offering the letter must provide documents or links to the relevant registration statement and state that the shares were part of it.

To summarize: Sell Long trades will be accepted if the long position is no longer restricted.  Sell Short trades will be accepted.  Buy Long trades will be accepted and the position will be restricted until Compliance is provided with sufficient information to remove the restriction.  Buy Cover trades and intraday round trip trades will not be accepted.

 

What happens if a stock you purchase gets reclassified as Grey Market or Caveat Emptor?
If you purchase a stock in your IBKR account that at a later date becomes classified as a Caveat Emptor or Grey Market stock, you will be allowed to maintain, close or transfer the position but will not be able to increase your position.

 

Where can I find a list of stocks that IBKR has designated as U.S. Microcaps?

A list of stocks designated as U.S. Microcaps by IBKR is available via the following link: www.ibkr.com/download/us_microcaps.csv

Note that this list is updated daily.

Where can I find additional information on Microcap Stocks?
Additional information on Microcap Stocks, including risks associated with such stocks may be found on the SEC website: https://www.sec.gov/reportspubs/investor-publications/investorpubsmicrocapstockhtm.html

For information regarding Canadian stock transfer restrictions, see KB3118
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1This includes transfers by any method (e.g., ACATS, DWAC, FOP), conversion of Canadian listings to their U.S. equivalent via “Southbound” transfer, transfers to cover existing short positions, IB Prime customers executing with other brokers and clearing to IBKR, etc.

 

IEX Discretionary Peg Order

Background: 

IEX offers a Discretionary Peg™ (D-Peg™) order type which is a non-displayed order that is priced at either the National Best Bid (NBB for buys) or National Best Offer (NBO for sells). D-Peg™ orders passively rest on the book while seeking to access liquidity at a more aggressive price up to Midpoint of the NBBO, except when IEX determines that the quote is transitioning to less aggressive price

D-Peg™ combines elements of Midpoint Peg, Primary Peg, and traditional discretionary order types.
 
Information about slow and predictable changes in the NBBO are detected in IEX's Crumbling Quote Indicator and provides D-Peg™ orders with an instruction to stop seeking access to liquidity at a more aggressive price until the quote returns to a stable state.

 

How to Place a D-Peg Order

Please note, the IEX D-Peg order type is only available via the TWS version 961 and above. Instructions for entering this order type are outlined below:

Step 1

Enter a symbol and choose a directed quote, selecting IEX as the destination. Right click on the data line and select Trade followed by Order Ticket to open the Order Ticket window.

 

Step 2

Select the REL order type from the Order Type drop down menu.

 

Step 3

Click on the Miscellaneous tab (Misc.) and at the bottom there will be a checkbox for "Discretionary up to limit". Check this box. The price that you set in the Limit Price field will be used at the discretionary price on the order.

 

 

Step 4 

Hit Preview to view the Order Preview window.

 

 

For additional information concerning this order type, please review the following exchange website link: https://www.iextrading.com/trading/dpeg/

 

 

IBKR股票差价合约概述

下方文章对IBKR发行的股票差价合约(CFD)进行了总体介绍。

有关IBKR指数差价合约的信息,请点击此处。有关外汇差价合约的信息,请点击此处

涵盖主题如下:

I.   差价合约定义
II.   差价合约与底层股票之比较
III. 成本与保证金
IV. 范例
V.   差价合约的相关资源
VI. 常见问题

 

风险警告

差价合约属于复杂金融产品,其交易存在高风险,由于杠杆的作用,可能会出现迅速亏损。

在通过IBKR(UK)交易差价合约时,有67%的零售投资者账户出现了亏损。

您应考虑自己是否理解差价合约的运作机制以及自己是否能够承受亏损风险。

ESMA差价合约规定(仅限零售客户)

欧洲证券与市场管理局(ESMA)颁布了新的差价合约规定,自2018年8月1日起生效。

新规包括:1) 开仓差价合约头寸的杠杆限制;2) 以单个账户为单位的保证金平仓规则;以及3) 以单个账户为单位的负余额保护规则;

ESMA新规仅适用于零售客户。专业客户不受影响。

请参见ESMA差价合约新规推行了解更多详细信息。

I. 股票差价合约定义

IBKR差价合约是场外交易合约,提供底层股票的收益,包括股息与公司行动(了解更多有关差价合约公司行动的信息)。

换句话说,这是买家(您)与IBKR就交易一只股票当前价值与未来价值之差额而达成的协定。如果您持有多头头寸,且差额为正,则IBKR会付钱给您。而如果差额为负,则您应向IBKR付钱。

IBKR股票差价合约通过您的保证金账户进行交易,因此您可建立多头以及空头杠杆头寸。差价合约的价格即是底层股票的交易所报价。实际上,IBKR差价合约报价与股票的智能传递报价(可在TWS中查看)相同,且IBKR提供直接市场接入(DMA)。与股票类似,您的非适销(即限价)定单会使底层对冲直接呈现在其进行交易之交易所的深度定单册中。 这也意味着您可以下单以底层买价买入差价合约或以底层卖价卖出差价合约。

要将IBKR透明的差价合约模型与市场上其他差价合约进行比较,请参见我们的差价合约市场模型概述

IBKR目前提供约7100只股票差价合约,覆盖美国、欧洲和亚洲的主要市场。下表所列的主要指数其成分股目前都可做IBKR股票差价合约。在许多国家,IBKR还可供交易高流动性小盘股。这些股票自由流通量调整市值至少为5亿美元,每日交易量中间值至少为60万美元。 详情请见差价合约产品列表。不久将会增加更多国家。

美国 标普500、道琼斯股价平均指数、纳斯达克100、标普400中盘股、高流动性小盘股
英国 富时350 + 高流动性小盘股(包括IOB)
德国 Dax、MDax、TecDax + 高流动性小盘股
瑞士 斯托克欧洲600指数(48只股票)+ 高流动性小盘股
法国 CAC大盘股、CAC中盘股 + 高流动性小盘股
荷兰 AEX、AMS中盘股 + 高流动性小盘
比利时 BEL 20、BEL中盘股 + 高流动性小盘
西班牙 IBEX 35 + 高流动性小盘股
葡萄牙 PSI 20
瑞典 OMX斯德哥尔摩30指数 + 高流动性小盘股
芬兰 OMX赫尔辛基25指数 + 高流动性小盘股
丹麦 OMX哥本哈根30指数 + 高流动性小盘股
挪威 OBX
捷克 PX
日本 日经225指数 + 高流动性小盘股
香港 恒生指数 + 高流动性小盘股
澳大利亚 ASX 200指数 + 高流动性小盘股
新加坡* 海峡时报指数 + 高流动性小盘股
南非 Top 40 + 高流动性小盘股

 *对新加坡居民不可用

II.   差价合约与底层股票之比较

取决于您的交易目标和交易风格,差价合约相对于股票有着许多优势,但也存在一些不足之处:
 
IBKR差价合约的优势 IBKR差价合约的缺点
无印花税和金融交易税(英国、法国、比利时) 无股权
佣金和保证金利率通常比股票低 复杂公司行动并不总能完全复制
股息享受税务协定税率,无需重新申请 收益的征税可能与股票有所不同(请咨询您的税务顾问)
不受即日交易规则限制  

III. 成本与保证金

在欧洲股票市场,IBKR差价合约可以比IB极具竞争力的股票产品更加高效。

首先,IBKR差价合约佣金比股票低,且有着与股票一样低的融资点差:

欧洲   差价合约 股票
佣金 GBP 0.05% 英镑6.00 + 0.05%*
EUR 0.05% 0.10%
融资** 基准+/- 1.50% 1.50%

*每单 + 超出5万英镑部分的0.05%
**对于差价合约是总头寸价值的融资;对于股票是借用金额的融资

交易量更大时,差价合约佣金会变得更低,最低至0.02%。头寸更大时,融资利率也会降低,最低至0.5%。 详情请参见差价合约佣金差价合约融资利率

其次,差价合约的保证金要求比股票低。零售客户须满足欧洲监管机构ESMA规定的额外保证金要求。请参见ESMA差价合约新规推行了解详细信息。

  差价合约 股票
  所有 标准 投资组合保证金
维持保证金要求*

10%

25% - 50% 15%

*蓝筹股特有保证金。零售客户最低初始保证金要求为20%。股票标准的25%日内维持保证金,50%隔夜保证金。 显示的投资组合保证金为维持保证金(包括隔夜)。波动较大的股票保证金要求更高

请参见CFD保证金要求了解更多详细信息。


IV. 范例(专业客户)

让我们来看一下例子。联合利华在阿姆斯特丹的挂牌股票在过去一个月(2012年5月14日前20个交易日)回报率为3.2%,您认为其会继续有良好表现。您想建立20万欧元的仓位,并持仓5天。您以10笔交易建仓并以10笔交易平仓。您的直接成本如下:

股票

  差价合约 股票
200,000欧元头寸   标准 投资组合保证金
保证金要求 20,000 100,000 30,000
佣金(双向) 200.00 400.00 400.00
利率(简化) 1.50% 1.50% 1.50%
融资金额 200,000 100,000 170,000
融资天数  5 5 5
利息支出(1.5%的简化利率) 41.67 20.83 35.42
总计直接成本(佣金+利息) 241.67 420.83 435.42
成本差额   高74% 高80%

注意:差价合约的利息支出根据总的合约头寸进行计算,而股票的利息支出则是根据借用金额进行计算。股票和差价合约的适用利率相同。

 

但是,假设您只有2万欧元可用来做保证金。如果联合利华继续上月的表现,您的潜在盈利比较如下:  

杠杆回报 差价合约 股票
可用保证金 20,000 20,000 20,000
总投入 200,000 40,000 133,333
总收益(5天) 1,600 320 1,066.66
佣金 200.00 80.00 266.67
利息支出(1.5%的简化利率) 41.67 4.17 23.61
总计直接成本(佣金+利息) 241.67 84.17 290.28
净收益(总收益减去直接成本) 1,358.33 235.83 776.39
保证金投资金额回报 0.07 0.01 0.04
差额   收益少83% 收益少43%

 

杠杆风险 差价合约 股票
可用保证金 20,000 20,000 20,000
总投入 200,000 40,000 133,333
总收益(5天) -1,600 -320 -1,066.66
佣金 200.00 80.00 266.67
利息支出(1.5%的简化利率) 41.67 4.17 23.61
总计直接成本(佣金+利息) 241.67 84.17 290.28
净收益(总收益减去直接成本) -1,841.67 -404.17 -1,356.94
差额   损失少78% 损失少26%

 

V.   差价合约相关资源

下方链接可帮助您了解更多有关IBKR差价合约产品的详细信息:

差价合约参数

差价合约产品列表

差价合约佣金

差价合约融资利率

差价合约保证金要求

差价合约公司行动

还可参看以下视频教程:

如何在TWS中进行差价合约交易

 

VI. 常见问题

什么股票可进行差价合约交易?

美国、西欧、北欧与日本的大盘和中盘股股票。许多市场上的高流动性小盘股也可以。请参见差价合约产品列表了解更多详细信息。不久将会增加更多国家。

 

IB提供股票指数和外汇的差价合约吗?

是的。请参见IBKR指数差价合约 - 事实与常见问题以及外汇差价合约 - 事实与常见问题

 

IB如何确定股票差价合约报价?

IBKR差价合约报价与底层股票的智能传递报价相同。IBKR不会扩大价差或与您对赌。要了解更多信息,请参见差价合约市场模型概述

 

我能看到自己的限价定单反映在交易所中吗?

是的。IBKR提供直接市场接入(DMA),这样您的非适销(即限价)定单会使底层对冲直接呈现在其进行交易之交易所的深度定单册中。这也意味着您可以下单以底层买价买入差价合约或以底层卖价卖出差价合约。此外,如果其他客户的定单以优于公开市场的价格与您的定单交叉,您还可能会获得价格改善。

 

IB如何确定股票差价合约的保证金?

IBKR根据每只底层股票的历史波动率建立了基于风险的保证金要求机制。最低保证金为10%。 大多数IBKR差价合约都应用该保证金率,这使差价合约在大多数情况下都比底层股票交易更具效率。 零售客户须满足欧洲监管机构ESMA规定的额外保证金

要求。 请参见ESMA差价合约新规推行了解详细信息。单个差价合约头寸之间或差价合约与底层股票头寸之间没有投资组合抵消。集中头寸和超大头寸可能需要准备额外的保证金。请参见差价合约保证金要求了解更多详细信息。

 

空头股票差价合约会要强制补仓吗?

是的。如果底层股票很难或者根本不可能借到,则空头差价合约头寸的持有者将需要进行补仓。

 

IB如何处理股息和公司行动?

IBKR通常会为差价合约持有者反映公司行动的经济效应,就好像他们一直持有着底层证券一样。股息会表现为现金调整,而其他行动则会通过现金或头寸调整表现。例如,如果公司行动导致股票数量发生变化(如股票分隔和逆向股票分隔),差价合约的数量也会相应地进行调整。如果行动导致产生新的上市实体,且IBKR决定将其股票作为差价合约交易,则需要创建适当数量之新的多头或空头头寸。要了解概述信息,请参见差价合约公司行动

*请注意,某些情况下对于合并等复杂公司行动可能无法对差价合约进行准确调整。这时候,IBKR可能会在除息日前终止差价合约。

 

任何人都能交易IBKR差价合约吗?

除美国、加拿大和香港的居民,其他所有客户都能交易IBKR差价合约。新加坡居民可交易除新加坡上市之股票差价合约以外的其它IBKR差价合约。任何投资者类型都不能免于这一基于居住地的限制。

 

我需要做什么才可以开始在IBKR交易差价合约?

您需要在账户管理中设置差价合约交易许可,并同意相关交易披露。如果您的账户是在IB LLC开立,则IBKR将设置一个新的账户板块(即您当前的账户号码加上后缀“F”)。设置确认后您便可以开始交易了。您无需单独为F账户注资,资金会从您的主账户自动转入以满足差价合约保证金要求。  

有什么市场数据要求吗?

IBKR股票差价合约的市场数据便是底层股票的市场数据。因此需要具备相关交易所的市场数据许可。如果您已经为股票交易设置了交易所的市场数据许可,那么就无需再进行任何操作。如果您想在当前并无市场数据许可的交易所交易差价合约,您可以设置许可,操作与底层股票的市场数据许可设置相同。

 

差价合约交易与头寸在报表中如何反映?

如果您是在IB LLC持有账户,且您的差价合约头寸持有在单独的账户板块(主账户号码加后缀“F”)中。您可以选择单独查看F板块的活动报表,也可以选择与主账户合并查看。您可在账户管理的报表窗口进行选择。对于其他账户,差价合约通常会与其他交易产品一起在您的账户报表中显示。

 

我可以从其他经纪商处转入差价合约头寸吗?

IBKR当前不支持差价合约头寸转账。

 

股票差价合约可以使用图表功能吗?

是的。

 在IBKR交易差价合约有什么账户保护?

差价合约以IB英国作为您的交易对方,不是在受监管的交易所进行交易,也不是在中央结算所进行结算。因IB英国是您差价合约交易的对方,您会面临与IB英国交易相关的财务和商业风险,包括信用风险。但请注意,所有客户资金永远都是完全隔离的,包括对机构客户。IB英国是英国金融服务补偿计划(“FSCS”)参与者。IB英国不是美国证券投资者保护公司(“SIPC”)成员。请参见IB英国差价合约风险披露文件了解有关差价合约交易风险的详细信息。

 

在哪种类型(如个人、朋友和家庭、机构等)的IBKR账户中可交易差价合约? 

所有保证金账户均可进行差价合约交易。现金账户和SIPP账户不能。

 

在某一特定差价合约中我最多可持有多少头寸?

没有预设限制。但请注意,超大头寸可能会有更高保证金要求。请参见CFD保证金要求了解更多详细信息。

 

我能否通过电话交易差价合约?

不要。在极端情况下我们可能同意通过电话处理平仓定单,但绝不会通过电话处理开仓定单。

 

 

差价合约属于复杂金融产品,其交易存在高风险,由于杠杆的作用,可能会出现迅速亏损。

在通过IBKR(UK)交易差价合约时,有67%的零售投资者账户出现了亏损。

您应考虑自己是否理解差价合约的运作机制以及自己是否能够承受亏损风险。

ESMA规定

欧洲证券与市场管理局(ESMA)发布临时产品干涉措施,自2018年8月1日起生效。

ESMA决议实施的限制包括:1) 开仓差价合约头寸的杠杆限制;2) 以单个账户为单位的保证金平仓规则;3) 以单个账户为单位的负余额保护规则;4) 对交易差价合约激励措施的限制;以及5) 标准的风险警告。

ESMA新规仅适用于零售客户。 专业客户不受影响。

 

SEC Tick Size Pilot Program

Background

Effective October 3, 2016, securities exchanges registered with the SEC will operate a Tick Size Pilot Program ("Pilot") intended to determine what impact, if any, widening of the minimum price change (i.e., tick size) will have on the trading, liquidity, and market quality of small cap stocks.  The Pilot will last for 2 years and it will include approximately 1,200 securities having a market capitalization of $3 billion or less, average daily trading volume of 1 million shares or less, and a volume weighted average price of at least $2.00.

For purposes of the Pilot, these securities will be organized into groups that will determine a minimum tick size for both quote display and trading purposes. For example, Test Group 1 will consist of securities to be quoted in $0.05 increments and traded in $0.01 increments and Test Group 2 will include securities both quoted and traded in $0.05 increments.  Test Group 3 will include also include securities both quoted and traded in $0.05 increments, but subject to Trade-at rules (more fully explained in the Rule). In addition, there will be a Control Group of securities that will continue to be quoted and traded in increments of $0.01. Details as to the Pilot and securities groupings are available on the FINRA website.

 

Impact to IB Account Holders 

In order to comply with the SEC Rules associated with this Pilot, IB will change the way that it accepts orders in stocks included in the Pilot.  Specifically, starting October 3, 2016 and in accordance with the phase-in schedule, IB will reject the following orders associated with Pilot Securities assigned to Test Groups:

  • Limit orders having an explicit limit that is not entered in an increment of $0.05;
  • Stop or Stop Limit orders having an explicit limit that is not entered in an increment of $0.05; and
     
  • Orders having a price offset that is not entered in an increment of $0.05.  Note that this does not apply to offsets which are percentage based and which therefore allow IB to calculate the permissible nickel increment

 Clients submitting orders via the trading platform that are subject to rejection will receive the following pop-up message:

 

 The following order types will continue to be accepted for Pilot Program Securities:

  • Market orders;
  • Benchmark orders having no impermissible offsets (e.g., VWAP, TVWAP);
  • Pegged orders having no impermissible offsets ;
  • Retail Price Improvement Orders routed to the NASDAQ-BX and NYSE as follows:
    - Test Group 1 in .001

      - Test Group 2 and 3 in .005

     
 

Other Items of Note

  • GTC limit and stop orders entered prior to the start of the Pilot will be adjusted as allowed (e.g., a buy limit order at $5.01 will be adjusted to $5.00 and a sell limit at $5.01 adjusted to $5.05).
  • Clients generating orders via third-party software (e.g., signal provider), order management system, computer to computer interfaces (CTCI) or through the API, should contact their vendor or review their systems to ensure that all systems recognize the Pilot restrictions.
  • Incoming orders to IB that are marked with TSP exception codes from other Broker Dealers will not be acted upon by IB. For example, IB will not accept incoming orders marked with the Retail Investor Order or Trade-At ISO exception codes.
  • The SEC order associated with this Pilot is available via the following link: https://www.sec.gov/rules/sro/nms/2015/34-74892-exa.pdf
  • For a list of Pilot Program related FAQs, please see KB2750

 

Please note that the contents of this article are subject to revision as further regulatory guidance or changes to the Pilot Program are issued.

 

 

Allocation of Partial Fills

Title:

How are executions allocated when an order receives a partial fill because an insufficient quantity is available to complete the allocation of shares/contracts to sub-accounts?

 

Overview:

From time-to-time, one may experience an allocation order which is partially executed and is canceled prior to being completed (i.e. market closes, contract expires, halts due to news, prices move in an unfavorable direction, etc.). In such cases, IB determines which customers (who were originally included in the order group and/or profile) will receive the executed shares/contracts. The methodology used by IB to impartially determine who receives the shares/contacts in the event of a partial fill is described in this article.

 

Background:

Before placing an order CTAs and FAs are given the ability to predetermine the method by which an execution is to be allocated amongst client accounts. They can do so by first creating a group (i.e. ratio/percentage) or profile (i.e. specific amount) wherein a distinct number of shares/contracts are specified per client account (i.e. pre-trade allocation). These amounts can be prearranged based on certain account values including the clients’ Net Liquidation Total, Available Equity, etc., or indicated prior to the order execution using Ratios, Percentages, etc. Each group and/or profile is generally created with the assumption that the order will be executed in full. However, as we will see, this is not always the case. Therefore, we are providing examples that describe and demonstrate the process used to allocate partial executions with pre-defined groups and/or profiles and how the allocations are determined.

Here is the list of allocation methods with brief descriptions about how they work.

·         AvailableEquity
Use sub account’ available equality value as ratio. 

·         NetLiq
Use subaccount’ net liquidation value as ratio

·         EqualQuantity
Same ratio for each account

·         PctChange1:Portion of the allocation logic is in Trader Workstation (the initial calculation of the desired quantities per account).

·         Profile

The ratio is prescribed by the user

·         Inline Profile

The ratio is prescribed by the user.

·         Model1:
Roughly speaking, we use each account NLV in the model as the desired ratio. It is possible to dynamically add (invest) or remove (divest) accounts to/from a model, which can change allocation of the existing orders.

 

 

 

Basic Examples:

Details:

CTA/FA has 3-clients with a predefined profile titled “XYZ commodities” for orders of 50 contracts which (upon execution) are allocated as follows:

Account (A) = 25 contracts

Account (B) = 15 contracts

Account (C) = 10 contracts

 

Example #1:

CTA/FA creates a DAY order to buy 50 Sept 2016 XYZ future contracts and specifies “XYZ commodities” as the predefined allocation profile. Upon transmission at 10 am (ET) the order begins to execute2but in very small portions and over a very long period of time. At 2 pm (ET) the order is canceled prior to being executed in full. As a result, only a portion of the order is filled (i.e., 7 of the 50 contracts are filled or 14%). For each account the system initially allocates by rounding fractional amounts down to whole numbers:

 

Account (A) = 14% of 25 = 3.5 rounded down to 3

Account (B) = 14% of 15 = 2.1 rounded down to 2

Account (C) = 14% of 10 = 1.4 rounded down to 1

 

To Summarize:

A: initially receives 3 contracts, which is 3/25 of desired (fill ratio = 0.12)

B: initially receives 2 contracts, which is 2/15 of desired (fill ratio = 0.134)

C: initially receives 1 contract, which is 1/10 of desired (fill ratio = 0.10)

 

The system then allocates the next (and final) contract to an account with the smallest ratio (i.e. Account C which currently has a ratio of 0.10).

A: final allocation of 3 contracts, which is 3/25 of desired (fill ratio = 0.12)

B: final allocation of 2 contracts, which is 2/15 of desired (fill ratio = 0.134)

C: final allocation of 2 contract, which is 2/10 of desired (fill ratio = 0.20)

The execution(s) received have now been allocated in full.

 

Example #2:

CTA/FA creates a DAY order to buy 50 Sept 2016 XYZ future contracts and specifies “XYZ commodities” as the predefined allocation profile. Upon transmission at 11 am (ET) the order begins to be filled3 but in very small portions and over a very long period of time. At 1 pm (ET) the order is canceled prior being executed in full. As a result, only a portion of the order is executed (i.e., 5 of the 50 contracts are filled or 10%).For each account, the system initially allocates by rounding fractional amounts down to whole numbers:

 

Account (A) = 10% of 25 = 2.5 rounded down to 2

Account (B) = 10% of 15 = 1.5 rounded down to 1

Account (C) = 10% of 10 = 1 (no rounding necessary)

 

To Summarize:

A: initially receives 2 contracts, which is 2/25 of desired (fill ratio = 0.08)

B: initially receives 1 contract, which is 1/15 of desired (fill ratio = 0.067)

C: initially receives 1 contract, which is 1/10 of desired (fill ratio = 0.10)

The system then allocates the next (and final) contract to an account with the smallest ratio (i.e. to Account B which currently has a ratio of 0.067).

A: final allocation of 2 contracts, which is 2/25 of desired (fill ratio = 0.08)

B: final allocation of 2 contracts, which is 2/15 of desired (fill ratio = 0.134)

C: final allocation of 1 contract, which is 1/10 of desired (fill ratio = 0.10)

 

The execution(s) received have now been allocated in full.

Example #3:

CTA/FA creates a DAY order to buy 50 Sept 2016 XYZ future contracts and specifies “XYZ commodities” as the predefined allocation profile. Upon transmission at 11 am (ET) the order begins to be executed2  but in very small portions and over a very long period of time. At 12 pm (ET) the order is canceled prior to being executed in full. As a result, only a portion of the order is filled (i.e., 3 of the 50 contracts are filled or 6%). Normally the system initially allocates by rounding fractional amounts down to whole numbers, however for a fill size of less than 4 shares/contracts, IB first allocates based on the following random allocation methodology.

 

In this case, since the fill size is 3, we skip the rounding fractional amounts down.

 

For the first share/contract, all A, B and C have the same initial fill ratio and fill quantity, so we randomly pick an account and allocate this share/contract. The system randomly chose account A for allocation of the first share/contract.

 

To Summarize3:

A: initially receives 1 contract, which is 1/25 of desired (fill ratio = 0.04)

B: initially receives 0 contracts, which is 0/15 of desired (fill ratio = 0.00)

C: initially receives 0 contracts, which is 0/10 of desired (fill ratio = 0.00)

 

Next, the system will perform a random allocation amongst the remaining accounts (in this case accounts B & C, each with an equal probability) to determine who will receive the next share/contract.

 

The system randomly chose account B for allocation of the second share/contract.

A: 1 contract, which is 1/25 of desired (fill ratio = 0.04)

B: 1 contract, which is 1/15 of desired (fill ratio = 0.067)

C: 0 contracts, which is 0/10 of desired (fill ratio = 0.00)

 

The system then allocates the final [3] share/contract to an account(s) with the smallest ratio (i.e. Account C which currently has a ratio of 0.00).

A: final allocation of 1 contract, which is 1/25 of desired (fill ratio = 0.04)

B: final allocation of 1 contract, which is 1/15 of desired (fill ratio = 0.067)

C: final allocation of 1 contract, which is 1/10 of desired (fill ratio = 0.10)

 

The execution(s) received have now been allocated in full.

 

Available allocation Flags

Besides the allocation methods above, user can choose the following flags, which also influence the allocation:

·         Strict per-account allocation.
For the initially submitted order if one or more subaccounts are rejected by the credit checking, we reject the whole order.

·         “Close positions first”1.This is the default handling mode for all orders which close a position (whether or not they are also opening position on the other side or not). The calculation are slightly different and ensure that we do not start opening position for one account if another account still has a position to close, except in few more complex cases.


Other factor affects allocations:

1)      Mutual Fund: the allocation has two steps. The first execution report is received before market open. We allocate based onMonetaryValue for buy order and MonetaryValueShares for sell order. Later, when second execution report which has the NetAssetValue comes, we do the final allocation based on first allocation report.

2)      Allocate in Lot Size: if a user chooses (thru account config) to prefer whole-lot allocations for stocks, the calculations are more complex and will be described in the next version of this document.

3)      Combo allocation1: we allocate combo trades as a unit, resulting in slightly different calculations.

4)      Long/short split1: applied to orders for stocks, warrants or structured products. When allocating long sell orders, we only allocate to accounts which have long position: resulting in calculations being more complex.

5)      For non-guaranteed smart combo: we do allocation by each leg instead of combo.

6)      In case of trade bust or correction1: the allocations are adjusted using more complex logic.

7)      Account exclusion1: Some subaccounts could be excluded from allocation for the following reasons, no trading permission, employee restriction, broker restriction, RejectIfOpening, prop account restrictions, dynamic size violation, MoneyMarketRules restriction for mutual fund. We do not allocate to excluded accountsand we cancel the order after other accounts are filled. In case of partial restriction (e.g. account is permitted to close but not to open, or account has enough excess liquidity only for a portion of the desired position).

 

 

Footnotes:

1.        Details of these calculations will be included in the next revision of this document.

2.        To continue observing margin in each account on a real-time basis, IB allocates each trade immediately (behind the scenes) however from the CTA and/or FA (or client’s) point of view, the final distribution of the execution at an average price typically occurs when the trade is executed in full, is canceled or at the end of day (whichever happens first).

3.       If no account has a ratio greater than 1.0 or multiple accounts are tied in the final step (i.e. ratio = 0.00), the first step is skipped and allocation of the first share/contract is decided via step two (i.e. random allocation).

 

SEC Tick Size Pilot Program FAQs

Tick Size Pilot ("TSP" or "Pilot") Program:

Under the TSP Program,  if IB receives any order in a Pilot Security that does not conform to the designated pricing increment (e.g., a limit price in a $0.01 increment for a security designated as trading $0.05 increments), IB will REJECT that order, subject to limited exceptions. IB strongly encourages a thorough review of your software or your vendor’s software to understand the criteria for what causes an order in a Pilot Security to be rejected to permit you or your vendor to make changes to correctly handle orders in Test Group Pilot Securities.
 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Q: What is the Tick Size Pilot?
A: On May 6, 2015 the SEC approved an amended TSP NMS Plan. The Pilot will be two years in length. Data collection for the Pilot began on April 4, 2016, 6 months prior to the implementation of the trading and quoting rules for the Pilot. Implementation of the trading and quoting rules for the Pilot will begin on October 3, 2016.

The Pilot will be conducted using a Control Group and three Test Groups where variations in quoting and trading rules exist between each group. Please see the TSP NMS Plan for additional information.

 

Q: Will the Pilot quoting and trading rules apply during regular market hours, pre-market hours and post market hours?
A: The Pilot rules apply during all operational hours (pre-market, regular hours, and post market hours trading).

 

Q: Will the Pilot quoting and trading rules apply to odd-lot and mixed-lot sizes?
A: Yes, the Pilot rules to all order sizes.

 

Q: Will orders in Control Group Securities be accepted in price increments of less than $0.05?
A: Yes, orders submitted in price increments of less than $0.05 will continue to be accepted in Control Group securities.

 

Q: Will orders in a Test Group 1, 2 or 3 Pilot Securities be accepted in price increments of less than $0.05?
A: No, unless covered by an exception, orders submitted in price increments of less than $0.05 will be rejected.

 

Q: Which Pilot Security Orders in Test Groups will Interactive Brokers accept at other than $0.05 increments?
        Midpoint orders with no explicitly stated limit price or impermissible offsets will be accepted
        VWAP orders which do not have an explicitly stated limit price or impermissible offsets will be accepted.
        Interactive Brokers will accept Exchange operated Retail Price Improvement orders as follows:
                  Test Group 1 in $0.001 price increments
                  Test Groups 2 and 3 in $0.005 price increments.

 

Q: Will there be any changes to the Opening / Closing processes on Exchanges?
A: Please refer to each of the exchange rules for details but in general there will be no changes to the Opening / Closing process. All orders entered and eligible to participate in Exchange Opening / Closing Cross will be accepted in increments of $0.05. The Exchanges will begin publishing all quotes in increments of $0.05; however, Net Order Imbalance Indicator prices may be published in increments of $0.025.

 

Q: What will happen to my GTC order that was placed prior to October 3rd in a Pilot Stock that was priced in impermissible tick increments?
A: Interactive Brokers will adjust outstanding limit and stop GTC orders in Pilot stocks in Test Groups that are not in permissible tick increments (e.g., a buy limit order at $5.01 will be adjusted to $5.00 and a sell limit at $5.01 adjusted to $5.05).

 

Q: What will happen to my GTC order placed after October 3rd that was placed and accepted in a nickel tick increment but the Pilot Stock moves from a Test Group to the Control Group which permits non-nickel increments?
A: The GTC order will automatically be able to be revised by the user in non-nickel increments on the date the Pilot stock moves from the Test Group to the Control Group. Similarly, if a stock gets added to Test Group due to a corporate action, IB will cancel the GTC order if it is priced in impermissible increments.

 

Q: Where can I find out more information?

A: See KB2752 or the FINRA website for additional details regarding the Pilot Program: http://www.finra.org/industry/tick-size-pilot-program

Additional Information Regarding the Use of Stop Orders

U.S. equity markets occasionally experience periods of extraordinary volatility and price dislocation. Sometimes these occurrences are prolonged and at other times they are of very short duration. Stop orders may play a role in contributing to downward price pressure and market volatility and may result in executions at prices very far from the trigger price. 

Investors may use stop sell orders to help protect a profit position in the event the price of a stock declines or to limit a loss. In addition, investors with a short position may use stop buy orders to help limit losses in the event of price increases. However, because stop orders, once triggered, become market orders, investors immediately face the same risks inherent with market orders – particularly during volatile market conditions when orders may be executed at prices materially above or below expected prices.
 
While stop orders may be a useful tool for investors to help monitor the price of their positions, stop orders are not without potential risks.  If you choose to trade using stop orders, please keep the following information in mind:
 
·         Stop prices are not guaranteed execution prices. A “stop order” becomes a “market order” when the “stop price” is reached and the resulting order is required to be executed fully and promptly at the current market price. Therefore, the price at which a stop order ultimately is executed may be very different from the investor’s “stop price.” Accordingly, while a customer may receive a prompt execution of a stop order that becomes a market order, during volatile market conditions, the execution price may be significantly different from the stop price, if the market is moving rapidly.
 
·         Stop orders may be triggered by a short-lived, dramatic price change. During periods of volatile market conditions, the price of a stock can move significantly in a short period of time and trigger an execution of a stop order (and the stock may later resume trading at its prior price level). Investors should understand that if their stop order is triggered under these circumstances, their order may be filled at an undesirable price, and the price may subsequently stabilize during the same trading day.
 
·         Sell stop orders may exacerbate price declines during times of extreme volatility. The activation of sell stop orders may add downward price pressure on a security. If triggered during a precipitous price decline, a sell stop order also is more likely to result in an execution well below the stop price.
 
·         Placing a “limit price” on a stop order may help manage some of these risks. A stop order with a “limit price” (a “stop limit” order) becomes a “limit order” when the stock reaches or exceeds the “stop price.” A “limit order” is an order to buy or sell a security for an amount no worse than a specific price (i.e., the “limit price”). By using a stop limit order instead of a regular stop order, a customer will receive additional certainty with respect to the price the customer receives for the stock. However, investors also should be aware that, because a sell order cannot be filled at a price that is lower (or a buy order for a price that is higher) than the limit price selected, there is the possibility that the order will not be filled at all. Customers should consider using limit orders in cases where they prioritize achieving a desired target price more than receiving an immediate execution irrespective of price.
 
·         The risks inherent in stop orders may be higher during illiquid market hours or around the open and close when markets may be more volatile. This may be of heightened importance for illiquid stocks, which may become even harder to sell at the then current price level and may experience added price dislocation during times of extraordinary market volatility. Customers should consider restricting the time of day during which a stop order may be triggered to prevent stop orders from activating during illiquid market hours or around the open and close when markets may be more volatile, and consider using other order types during these periods.
 
·         In light of the risks inherent in using stop orders, customers should carefully consider using other order types that may also be consistent with their trading needs.

Delivery Settings for Shareholder Materials

IB’s default setting for distributing shareholder communications (e.g., proxy materials and annual reports) from U.S. and Canadian issuers is electronic delivery.  Under this method the account holder will receive an email notice when information becomes available for a security they hold from our processing agent, Mediant Communications. This notification will provide the necessary links for accessing the information and voting through the Internet in lieu of receiving these documents via postal service. The technology which you will need to secure the information includes access to the Internet and a web browser supporting secure connections. In addition, you will need to be able to read the documents online and print a copy provided your system supports documents in a PDF format.

 

Other items of note:

 -  We recommend that you add the following addresses to your email address book to minimize the possibility of communications being routed to your junk folder or rejected by your email provider as spam: InteractiveBrokers@proxydocs.com, InteractiveBrokers@investorelections.com, InteractiveBrokers@proxypush.com, InteractiveBrokers@prospectusdocs.com.
 
-  Issuers reserve the right, and are sometimes required by regulation, to send certain shareholder communications via postal mail regardless of the account holder’s preference for electronic delivery. This will most often be the case for interim or special meetings or for contested voting matters.
 
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并购套利:交易涉及待定兼并/收购之公司股票

交易涉及已宣布但尚未完成之并购的公司之股票的行为被称为“并购套利”。

当一家公司决定接管一家上市公司时,收购公司必须同意支付给目标公司每股价格通常会高于公开交易所的现行价格。这种价格差被称为“收购溢价”。

收购条款公布后,目标公司的股价会上扬,但通常会继续徘徊在收购条款中指定的价格下方。

举例:A公司同意收购B公司。在宣布收购前,B公司在纽交所的股价为每股$20.00美元。交易条款明确指出A公司将以现金形式向B公司每股支付$25.00美元。交易公布不久,一般会看到B公司股价达到$24.90美元——高于其之前的交易价格,但仍然对比约定交易价格仍然有40个基点折扣。

这种折扣存在有两个主要原因:

  1. 出于比如监管、业务或融资困难等原因,尽管宣布收购,但可能永远无法完成;以及
  2. 持有目标公司股票的利息成本。

如果收购公司是一家上市公司,收购交易还可能以“固定比率”的方式进行,即收购公司以其股票的固定比率支付给目标公司。一旦固定比率收购交易宣布,目标公司的股价将成为收购公司股价的一个应变量。

举例:C公司(股价为$10.00美元)同意收购D公司(股价为$15.00美元)。交易条款明确指出C公司两股换D公司一股。交易公布不久,一般会看到D公司在交易所的股价达到$19.90美元,尽管C公司两股的价格当前价值$20.00美元现金。

与现金交易一样,由于可能存在交易障碍和利息成本,目标公司的交易价格通常会在交易比率隐含的水平上打折扣。这种价差还可能会受所收到股息与交易预期生命周期内应付股息之间差额的影响以及收购方股票借用困难的影响。(有时收购会以股票的浮动比率或浮动换股比率进行。有些并购还采用股票和现金结合的方式,这需要目标公司的股东进行选举。相对于标准、简单的“现金”和“固定比率收购交易,这种交易会使得收购公司股价和股票公司股价之间的关系更加复杂),从而需要非常详细、特殊的交易策略。

对于现金和固定比率收购交易,目标公司公开市场价格上的折扣会随着交易结束日期的临近和交易经历不同的里程碑(如成功收到融资以及获得股东和监管批准)而缩小。通常折扣会在收购完成时基本消失。

标准并购套利交易策略试图捕捉被收购公司当前交易价格和最终交易价格之间的价差。在现金收购中,标准的并购套利交易是在目标公司的公开市场价格低于并购交易价格时买入目标公司的股票,期望并购交易将顺利完成且目标公司的股价会上升至交易价格。在固定比率收购中,标准的并购套利交易是在目标公司股票还以收购条款中所确定价格的折扣价(以公司的当前股价和收购交易的约定比率进行计算)进行交易时买入目标公司股票并同时卖空收购公司股票。在两种情况中,交易者都希望收购交易能顺利完成,收购交易价格折扣慢慢消失,从而盈利。

当然,如果交易者认为市场对某项交易的前景太多乐观,他也可以执行跟以上描述相反的操作——卖空目标公司股票并买入收购公司股票。

与所有交易策略一样,并购套利策略包含内在风险。

如果收购成功完成,上述多头并购套利策略则可能盈利;但是,如果收购被延迟或取消——或者甚至传言将被延迟或取消——这些策略则有亏损的风险,某些情况下亏损会超过初始投资。空头并购套利策略在交易成功完成的情况下会有亏损的风险,并且如果目标公司获得诱人要约,损失可能会十分巨大。

该文章仅作信息提供之目的,不构成任何推荐或买卖证券请求。交易涉及已经宣布并购之公司的股票存在内在风险。在做任何交易决定之前,您都需要知晓交易的条款和风险。客户对其自己的交易决定负全部责任。

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