What is the key differentiation between MarginPlus and Non-MarginPlus customers?

What is the key differentiation between MarginPlus and Non-MarginPlus customers?

Refer to the table below to understand the key differences between MarginPlus and MarginPlus customers:

 

Sr No

Particulars

MarginPlus Customer

Non-MarginPlus Customer 

1

50% cash Requirement for Intraday-Cash/F&O/Currency

Delivery - F&O/Currency

No

Yes

2

50% Cash and cash equivalent requirement for 

Delivery - Cash segment

No

Yes

3

MTF (Leverage) on Delivery - Cash segment  

Yes

No


4

0% interest on all Intraday trades

Yes

No

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