Introducing Broker Agreement

An introductory broker (IB) acts as an intermediary by comparing an entity seeking market access with a counterparty willing to take the other side of the transaction. In general, IBs issue recommendations as they delegate the task of executing trades to someone who works on a commercial surface. The introductory broker and the one who makes a transaction allocates fees and commissions after certain agreed agreements. 7.3. The calculation formula for the IB Recommendation Commission is posted on the company`s website.8. Representations and guarantees 8.1. The IB presents it from the effective date:8.1.1 and guarantees it. if it is a company, it is duly registered and valid in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction in which it was registered. 8.1.2. In the case of a business, it has taken, fulfilled and made all necessary measures, conditions and conditions, including all necessary business measures, (i) to legally exercise its rights to perform and comply with its obligations, in accordance with the provisions of this agreement and the proposed transactions; and (ii) to ensure that these commitments are legally binding and enforceable.8.1.3. do not infringe its rights and/or the performance of its obligations under this agreement and related transactions do not infringe or exceed a power or restriction that is or is not subject to a law, a regulation, authorization, directive or injunction (whether legal or not), or ((ii) to its constituents or (iii) to an agreement to which it is subject or which is binding on it; 8.1.4. that it will do its best to refer customers to the company and company services via the referral link and ensure that the objective of the agreement is achieved.

14.2. Barring express provision, this agreement will apply before the effective date, with the total exclusion of any agreement or arrangement of any kind, with respect to the purpose of this agreement between the parties. 6. Limiting the administration of individual treatment 6.1. The IB is not allowed to act without the company`s prior written consent:6.1.1. to assume responsibility on behalf of the company or to subject the company to obligations;6.1.2. publish documents (articles, letters) or help write material (articles, letters) through the company in newspapers, magazines or other magazines or on internet resources (such as blogs, social networking sites, forums, etc.) that may damage the company`s positive image; or 6.1.3. provide guarantees and/or commit to claiming rights to payments in the context of company contracts and/or agreements.

The introduction of brokers plays the same role in futures markets as stockbrokers on stock markets.