How will the margin pledge effect my positions and limits, if I have avail Margin Trade Funding (MTF) facility?

How will the margin pledge effect my positions and limits, if I have avail Margin Trade Funding (MTF) facility?

All clients (Both POA or NON-POA) availing the Margin Trading Facility (MTF) facility, in order continue with this facility need to initiate a “Future Pledge” request of the shares from our website or your mobile app upto T+1 day by 4.00 p.m. To know about the process of initiating pledge request, CLICK HERE



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