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Margin requirements for forex futures trades placed in early morning

I’m new to the concept of futures trading, and am interested in day trading Forex futures (like GBPUSD). What I’m confused about is this: there is a certain margin requirement for trades placed during “normal hours”, and a different, much higher one for “overnight”. It’s not clear what normals hours and overnight really means for currency futures. Considering I’d be trading with a small account, I wouldn’t want the “overnight” margins to apply.
If I were to place a trade at say 4AM EST, which margin requirement would apply? Is it only that the overnight margin applies when you hold a trade from before close to after close, or does it also apply to anything that’s placed outside the typical 8/9AM-4/5PM zone?
Thank you
Edit: I think my confusion is cleared up now. What confused me was the terminology, “overnight” made it sound like a trade placed at night or before regular morning hours would require maintenance margin. What it actually means is holding an open trade during the 1hr time period between open and close, ie 5-6PM EST. A trade opened outside of that period wouldn’t require maintenance margin, as long as the trade was closed before the next 5PM EST close of the market. So, if I were to open a trade at 4AM EST, it wouldn’t require maintenance margin unless I held it past 5PM EST, so I would just need to make sure it was closed before then. I wouldn’t hold through that period anyway for what I’m doing (day trading). Thanks everyone for your replies.
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Senior-BNY Melon: "..after Phase 6 there's going to be margin calls that have to be processed..." ISDA Phase 6 begins today applying Initial Margin requirements on firms that use swaps & OTC derivatives exceeding $8 Billion per day. Their infinite-liquidity glitch is drying out a bit (or a lot). ☎️

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Interactive brokers - Higher margin requirements for option spreads?

A couple of years ago I could go ultra levered on calendar spreads or credit spreads.. Now I can barely go 4x.. Is it because I've moved from portfolio margin to the normal regT account? Or have they closed up some of the risk we can take? Thanks!
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Didn't someone say that stocks under 10$ have higher margin requirements?

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PHASE 6 of Initial Margin Requirements under UMR starts Sep 1. This means is that MANY more counterparties who were not previously subject to these margin reqt's, will be as of September 1. The process to be ready for this change is difficult, and those who haven't started are in a world of hurt..

PHASE 6 of Initial Margin Requirements under UMR starts Sep 1. This means is that MANY more counterparties who were not previously subject to these margin reqt's, will be as of September 1. The process to be ready for this change is difficult, and those who haven't started are in a world of hurt..
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Disclaimer

I am writing this after watching the panel video once. Not knowing who anyone on the panel is, and not knowing most of the acronyms and terms that were mentioned were, I wanted to do some digging and explain some things as best as I understand.

Be advised

The amount of information, publications, and webpages covering this topic is PLENTIFUL, and I've spent the last couple days off and on combing through page after page picking out what I think best fits a Reddit DD, while still providing value. That said, There will of course be a topic, requirement, or something else that I may have missed, but this more than covers the gist.
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TLDR

New margin requirements are coming into effect on September 1, 2022. In a process of phases that started in September of 2016, phase 6 is now on the way. This final phase, has the lowest threshold to date, which is $8 billion; a FAR cry from the $3 trillion threshold of phase 1. As such, MANY more counterparties--institutions, hedge funds, family office, etc--will come into scope, where, if the threshold is exceeded, margin calls can happen, on top of the hefty administrative fees and costs associated with exceeding the threshold.
Moreover, the panel video from November expresses a clear opinion--in a couple of the panelist--that not everyone has been working through the laborious laundry list of preparing to comply, if they have started at all. Which leads me to believe that MANY will be caught of guard September 1, 2022.
And no, this will not be delayed. This phase was already delayed a year due to Covid, but this is happening in a few weeks, come rain or shine.
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I have seen the below screenshot posted a lot across socials the last few days, and rightfully so.
However, I have not seen much in the way of explaining some of the nuts and bolts of what exactly is going on.

https://www.isda.org/countdown-to-phase-6-initial-margin/
Also, a recent panel video on the subject that was recorded in November 2021 was streamed to YouTube on Jul 5, 2022. On this panel were members from financial institutions, law firms, and ISDA itself. The video is 53-ish minutes, but I feel it's worth the watch, for sure... especially if you go through this DD first--should you decide to do so--and then watch the video with the proper context.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bR3AHHmCbAI&t=7s

Let's start with some key terms


  • AANA (Average Aggregated Notional Amount): is a gross notional calculation across all uncleared OTC trades per firm, for a three-month regulatory calculation period, to determine the Initial Margin phase that firm is in-scope for.Said another way, per CME Group, "AANA is what regulators use to determine whether a firm is in scope for IM in Phases 5 & 6. Asset managers, banks, hedge funds, corporates, pensions and more may be subject to the requirements"
  • ACA (Account Control Agreement): Per ISDA, provides market participants with a standardized form of agreement for the segregation of independent amounts for uncleared swaps with an independent third party custodian.
  • CSA (Credit Support Annexes): Per Investopedia%20is%20a%20document%20that%20defines,and%20Derivatives%20Association%20(ISDA)), a credit support annex (CSA) is a document that defines the terms for the provision of collateral by the parties in derivatives transactions. It is one of four parts of a standard contract or master agreement developed by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA)ISDA gives more insight into CSA's, which they inform us are governance and guidance documents provided to firms for compliance with margin requirements
  • "CREATE" (or ISDA CREATE): is a platform that provides an efficient documentation framework to automate the creation and delivery of IM documentation, and negotiate and execute IM documentation with multiple counterparties simultaneously while capturing, processing and storing data from these documents
  • Initial Margin (IM): Initial margin is the percentage of the purchase price of a security that must be covered by cash or collateral when using a margin account
  • "ISDA SIMM" (or SIMM®): ISDA Standard Initial Margin Model is a governance framework or methodology that provide users things like timely and transparent dispute resolution and allowing consistent regulatory governance. and oversight
  • NISC: Newly In-Scope Counterparties
  • Variation Margin (VM): Paid on a daily or intraday basis to reduce risk, a variable margin payment made by clearing members, such as a futures broker, to their respective clearing houses based on adverse price movements of the futures contracts these members hold.Put another way, VM is used to bring capital back up to the margin level.

The Panel Members


  • Andrew L. Kayiira Jr..; Founder and Managing Partner, Eden Point Partners and Strategic Consultant to ISDAEden Point Partners is a capital markets advisory firm, delivering solutions for institutions operating within the OTC derivatives space.
  • Amy Caruso; Head of Collateral Initiatives, ISDA
  • Doug Donahue; Finance Partner; Linklaters LLP (Law Firm)
  • Tara Kruse; Global Head of Data, Infrastructure and Non-Cleared Margin, ISDA
  • Ed Corral; Global Head of Tri-Party Repo [formerly Global Head of Collateral Optimization], Morgan Stanley
  • John Pucciarelli; Head of Industry & Regulatory Strategy, Acadia
  • Ted Leveroni; Head of Margin Services, BNY Mellon - Markets
Fun Fact about Acadia; a "market-leading risk management platform for the derivatives industry".

https://www.acadia.inc/company/our-story
(Leaving this nugget here for anyone who wants to do some digging)

The Topic of this Panel?


https://www.isda.org/countdown-to-phase-6-initial-margin/
'As of September 1, 2022*,* regulatory initial margin (IM) requirements will apply for the first time to hundreds of global counterparties that belong to a consolidated group for which the average aggregate notional amount (AANA) of derivatives transactions exceeds €8 billion, or a similar amount in local currency*.* This compliance date is commonly referred to as ‘Phase 6’, since it is the sixth global compliance date for the phase-in of regulatory IM requirements since September 1, 2016.
ISDA estimates that more than 775 counterparties with an excess of 5,400 relationships may become subject to regulatory IM requirements in Phase 6*. More than 800 of those relationships may need to exchange IM in the near-term following September 1, and therefore should be actively preparing at this stage.*
Preparation for regulatory IM is complex and resource intense, involving the bilateral negotiation of new IM documents, the establishment of custodial accounts, and operational preparation for collateral management processing – including margin calculation, margin call communication, allocation, and affirmation, collateral settlement and reporting. It is imperative that a group of counterparties that anticipates it will exceed the AANA threshold for Phase 6 and is likely to exceed the IM threshold of €50 million (or similar in local currency) notifies its counterparties and begins preparation.'

Onto ISDA


https://www.isda.org/

So, "Who or What is ISDA***"***?
According to Investopedia, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) is a private trade organization whose members, mainly banks, transact in the OTC derivatives market. This association helps to improve the market for privately negotiated over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives by identifying and reducing risks in that market.

For a more "ape friendly" explanation, let's revisit The Big Short.

The Big Short
As we learned from this now infamous scene of the 2015 smash hit--now cult classic and "must watch" to retail investors alike--in order to "sit at the big boy table", you need an ISDA [agreement].

"What is an ISDA Agreement?", you ask?
Per Investopedia, an ISDA Master Agreement is the standard document regularly used to govern over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives transactions and outlines the terms to be applied to a derivatives transaction between two parties, typically a derivatives dealer and a counterparty.

TLDR: An ISDA agreement gives an institution/firm/entity the ability to make significant sums of money by engaging in off-exchange transactions on derivatives and swaps.
BNY-Melon informs us that "ISDA has over 960 member institutions from 78 countries".

"So, this change is coming from ISDA?"
No. As reported by ISDA, "the Basel Committee on Bank Supervision and International Organization of SecuritiesCommissions (BCBS-IOSCO) developed and finalized their Final Framework on MarginRequirements for Non-Centrally Cleared Derivatives (BCBS-IOSCO Final Framework), which sought to establish international standards for such requirements..."

Okay, so "What's all this 'Phase 6' talk"?


Great question. However, before we discuss that, we must first discuss another acronym; UMR.

https://www.isda.org/2018/07/19/initial-margin-for-non-centrally-cleared-derivatives-issues-for-2019-and-2020/

In short, Uncleared Margin Rules (or UMR) were created to address the OTC derivatives market--and its participants-- in the wake of the global financial crisis (GFC) of 2008-2009, implementing new margin requirements for non-centrally cleared derivatives. As to not stun the market, and to allow for members to comply with what the ultimate changes of these new rules would become, these rules were "phased in".
Starting in 2016, we are now at a precipice where Phase 6 will be going into effect September 1, 2022, some 4 weeks and 5 days away ; or 23 trading days, if you want to be more exact.

According to FinServConsulting,
"The phased thresholds for UMR means that, with each Phase, more and more In-Scope Counterparties will be affected and has been the source of some consternation among market participants", and that "in 2018, market regulators postponed the last two Phases (4 and 5) by one year. The Phase 4 compliance date was originally September 2018 and was moved to September 2020. The Phase 5 compliance date moved from September 2020 to September 2021", and "in addition to the notional thresholds, IM is required to be posted between counterparties where there is a consolidated threshold of $50mn USD or $50mn EUR".
TLDR: Going back to September of 2016, a new set of initial margin rules came into effect. Because the first phase had had the largest AANA threshold--set at $3 trillion--there were few counterparties who came into scope--or met the requirements--which explains why we're only really hearing about this now.

For context, the below graph illustrates the progression of counterparties coming into scope through these phases as the UMR reuirements have changed

https://www.cmegroup.com/articles/2022/capital-efficiency-and-listed-equity-derivatives-take-center-stage-for-final-umr-phases.html

With Phase 6 on the way, the "scope" has SIGNIFICANTLY reduced, from a staggering $3 trillion in phase 1, down to a "measly" $8 billion for US counterparties.

We also know that, while only a small number of firms have been impacted by Phases 1-4, the process to comply with Phases 1 - 4 was no walk in the park.
In the conclusion of their ISDA SIFMA Initial Margin Phase-in white paper in July of 2018, ISDA tells us "Large dealers spent two to three years building out their data, systems, and organizations to support regulatory IM calculation and maintenance for 2016 Phase 1 go-live. In the six months prior to September 2016, the Phase 1 firms struggled to finalize CSAs, custodial agreements, collateral schedules, collateral and netting opinions*, perfect security interests and establish accounts with custodians. These difficulties existed even though the first phase involved comparatively fewer entities (approximately 100 counterparties for each dealer)*".

Additionally, we know that the final phases of UMR do not get any easier [in execution or application], with Phase 6--which is almost exclusively buy-side focused, according to Bloomberg--expected to bring its own challenges.
ISDA tells us "The final phases of IM phase-in pose a substantial challenge for market participants, third-party service providers and the market as a whole. Readiness requires detailed discussion and close collaboration across firms, regulators and other stakeholders in an extremely timely manner".
ISDA also tells us “Phase six will undoubtedly be a challenge for our entire industry..."

A look at the Phases. And, no. We're not talking the moon... not yet, anyways.. wink


https://www.finservconsulting.com/2019/12/um

https://www.isda.org/a/D6fEE/ISDA-SIFMA-Initial-Margin-Phase-in-White-Paper-July-2018.pdf

That all seems pretty intense, but.. What does it mean?


Recall from our key terms earlier that AANA is used to determine if a firm is in scope. Once a determination of whether or not someone is "in scope"--which could be assets managers, banks, hedge funds, corporations, pension funds, family offices, etc--the firm is now required to comply with UMR Phase 6.
Once September 1st comes around, some 775 counterparties, with an excess of 5,400 relationships will be at risk of being in scope for UMR Phase 6, which means--and this is where I may misinterpret something in translation, so someone please correct if I am wrong--once a threshold is agreed to--presumably, this means, once a counterparty enters into an agreement or a transaction that falls under these guidelines--counterparties need exchange initial margin when the $50 million threshold is exceeded. Recall from earlier that initial margin is the percentage of the purchase price of a security that must be covered by cash or collateral when using a margin account.
According to Bloomberg, "the main challenge faced by traders is staying beneath the $/€50 million initial margin threshold, since exceeding that threshold comes with significant costs and cumbersome legal and custodian requirements".

Who is subject to U.S. non-cleared margin regulations?


A party trading derivatives products covered by these rules may be subject to requirements to exchange variation margin (VM) and IM.
"In general, the U.S. rules apply directly to registered swap dealers (SDs) and major swap participants and indirectly to “financial end users”. If a financial end user has an AANA of in-scope, non-cleared derivatives transactions greater than USD 8 billion, then the IM requirements will apply (in addition to VM). (The U.S. rules use the term “material swaps exposure” to refer to an AANA greater than USD 8 billion.)"

More on margin.


CME Group provides us a nice standardized initial margin (IM) schedule; Seen below.

https://www.cmegroup.com/education/navigating-uncleared-margin-rules.html#case

This "AANA" seems pretty important. How do you even come up with that number?


ISDA provides the 5 following basic steps:
  1. Identify all the legal entities that are part of your consolidated group – each a “margin affiliate” or “affiliate”, as defined in the relevant U.S. rules.
  2. Identify the uncleared transactions in all AANA covered products for each of the entities in your consolidated group for each relevant business day during the AANA calculation period.
  3. Calculate the total notional amount of AANA covered products identified in Step 2 for each relevant business day during the AANA calculation period.
  4. Calculate the AANA.
  5. Notify your counterparties.

However, a more robust 7 steps to calculations AANA--covered in "Guide to Initial Margin AANA Calculations--can be found here.

What kind of derivatives are in scope?


https://www.cmegroup.com/education/navigating-uncleared-margin-rules.html#tab3Minimize

The above list is not exhaustive, however, for a more complete listing of "What's in scope?", click here.

This all seems pretty involved. I bet it's going to be difficult and cumbersome.


Correct. In fact, FinServConsulting made a nice handy infographic with what they see as some of the biggest challenges.

https://www.finservconsulting.com/2019/12/um

ISDA's white paper on the subject even has lots to say about the difficulties around UMR and provides some caution for newly in-scope counterparties


TLDR: Preparing for, complying with, and executing proper IM under the new UMR framework will be extremely difficult in the BEST of situations and conditions. Those who were not proactive and started late and/or have not yet started......will be up a creek with no paddle should they exceed thresholds and get Marge knocking on the door

  • Larger institutions brought into scope for IM in earlier phases were able to absorb the implementation timeline, build and costs of compliance in a manner that NISCs for the final phases may not
  • Considering the significant and far-reaching preparations required for the final stages of IM phase-in, NISCs, custodians, middleware providers, counterparty swap dealers and regulators, among others, must engage in immediate dialogue and planning. Even with the prompt development of implementation plans, effective compliance may not prove achievable for many NISCs.
  • Material operational enhancements will be required, including: in-scope trade identification, synchronization of IM calculations for operational requirements (e.g., time zone effects, collateral delivery cutoff times, T+1 settlement), modified workflow related to the implementation, associated testing of the ISDA Standard Initial Margin Model or ISDA SIMM (SIMM) and grid-based calculators, collateral management and funding, standard risk file creation and dispute management processes and collateral funding/management at segregated custodial accounts
  • Should NISCs delay final preparations, they will require the attention of key infrastructure components (e.g., dealers, custodians, middleware vendors and consultants) at the same time, congesting industry resources and creating compliance bottlenecks
  • Each NISC must develop the capability to identify which trades in a trading relationship are subject to regulatory IM and which are not. The task is complex, particularly when layered upon the already existing calculations for VM (inclusive of tracking exempt legacy portfolios)
  • Even with careful preparation and proper resourcing, onboarding will be congested, and firms will face multiple bottlenecks considering the number of participants seeking to exchange regulatory-compliant IM
  • To meet regulatory IM requirements, NISCs will likely require new and flexible sources of liquidity. The amount of collateral required to be posted to and by NISCs may be substantial regardless of their IM calculation methodology...
  • The form of collateral can raise as many issues as the amount of collateral. Custodians in the US are reluctant to accept cash...If cash is widely adopted, however, it creates complications. Some NISCs may prefer to post securities which they have on hand, such as equities or corporate bonds. Equities and corporate bonds, however, may present problems for the receiving party....Custodians, swap dealers and NISCs may have trouble conforming to the myriad of regulations governing non-sovereign security collateral...Securities may also pose difficulties in that they are often subject to settlement cycles which may exceed applicable margin settlement requirements
  • Phase 1 preparations went to the wire, with many firms working to complete documentation right up to the start date. Even with the application of appropriate resources, many NISCs will be unable to achieve compliance by their relevant phase-in date

What are some of the steps involved for NISC's?


ISDA provides a short--but not exhaustive--list that NISC's will need to check at least twice in preparation for IM
STEP 1: Identify in-scope entities early
STEP 2: Make early disclosures to counterparties
STEP 3: Exchange information on compliance
STEP 4: Identify special cases
STEP 5: Establish custodial relationships
STEP 6: Prepare for compliance
STEP 7: Negotiate/execute documentation
STEP 8: Finalize preparations
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EDIT: Shoutout to u/shart_leakage for pointing out something I completely overlooked making this DD. Prior to her time at ISDA, Tara Kruse was a Managing Director and Global Head of Credit Derivatives Documentation at BEAR STEARNS!! From 2000 to 2007!!!!
https://www.linkedin.com/in/tara-kruse-8bb33a8/
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EDIT # 2: Thanks to u/cowboy_up_1970 for the great idea of adding ISDA Members to this DD. Something else I also did not think of. List can be found here.
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CEO reveals there was a meeting between the SEC, the DTCC, and Apex Clearing to lower margin requirements Jan 2021

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There were a few interviews that were under-represented during the whole buy freeze in January. This was one of them.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ws7w-pioWS0

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What Happened to "We have to stay above 10 because of different Margin requirements?" Shouldn't hedgies be fucked even harder now?

Shouldn't somthing be happening because the price is under 10?
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Higher margin requirements for option spreads?

A couple of years ago I could go ultra levered on calendar spreads or credit spreads.. Now I can barely go 4x...
Is it because I've moved from portfolio margin to the normal regT account? Or have they closed up some of the risk we can take?
Thanks!
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Hey everyone I trade micro nas on tradovate and the application didn't let me buy 2 contracts even though I had way above the required margin of 200. I read in a livestream that they changed it to 400 for a micro nas contract which would make sense cause I had less than 800 and was only able to buy one contract. Is this true and if so what other changes to the margin requirements are coming to the site?
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Forex Trading System. No Signals, No Averages. My Trades.

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