Terms and Conditions

​(NON-US RESIDENTS ONLY)

PART 1. INTRO​

PART 2. DEFINITIONS 

PART 3. INTRODUCTION

PART 4. GENERAL

PART 5. REGULATION

PART 6. PAYMENTS AND CHARGES

PART 1. INTRO

1.1 These Terms & Conditions (the "Terms") are offered to you by Capital Com SV Investments Ltd (“we”, “us”, “CAPITAL.COM”, “the Company” as appropriate), a company authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (License No. 319/17) with registered office at 6th floor, Lophitis Business Centre II, 237, 28th October Street, Limassol, PC3035.

1.2. If you are a visitor of our Website, our Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy shall apply. You agree that if you are a visitor you will not be able to place orders on the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform, until you have applied to become our Client and provided we accept you as our Client.

1.3. These Terms set out the basis on which we will enter into Transactions with you and govern each Transaction entered into or outstanding between you and us on or after these Terms come into effect.

1.4. Our Electronic Services involve trading CFDs and carry a high level of risk and can result in you losing all of your initial deposit. Our CFD trading is not suitable for everyone. An explanation of some of the risks associated with our CFD trading is set out in the Risk Disclosure Statement and you should ensure that you fully understand such risks before entering into any Transactions with us. 

Special Statement for Residents of Spain. The Company trades CFDs. CFD is a product that is complex and difficult to understand. The National Securities Market Commission of Spain (Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores) has determined that, due to the complexity of the CFDs and the risks involved, the purchase of CFDs by retail investors is not appropriate/suitable. A CFD is also a leveraged product and the losses incurred may be greater than the amount initially invested.

1.5. If you are accepted as our Client, these Terms together with the provisions of the Risk Disclosure Statement, the Order Execution Policy, the Privacy Policy, the Conflicts of Interest Policy, the Client Categorisation Policy and the Investor Compensation Fund Policy (as all are amended from time to time), which can be found on our Website and mobile app, constitute a legally binding contract between us and also include important information which we are required as a Cyprus Investment Firm to provide to our Clients under the Applicable Regulations. You should read all of those terms carefully and any other documents that we have supplied or in the future do supply to you.

1.6. These Terms supersede any previous agreement between you and us on the same subject matter and takes effect when you indicate your acceptance via our Website or mobile app. These Terms shall apply to all Transactions contemplated under these Terms.

1.7. Nothing in these Terms will exclude or restrict any duty or liability owed by us to you under the Applicable Regulations and if there is any conflict between these Terms and the Applicable Regulations, the Applicable Regulations will prevail.

1.8. These are our standard Terms which we intend to rely on to govern our relationship with you. For your own benefit and protection you should read the Terms carefully before agreeing to them. If you do not understand any point in any of the documents making up the Terms please ask for further information at the "Contact Us" page on our Website. This page is also available through the “Help” menu on our mobile app.

PART 2. DEFINITIONS 

2.1. In these Terms:

2.1.1. "Account" means the account you hold with us and designated with a particular account number.

2.1.2. "Applicable Regulations" means:

  1. Rules of the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission or any other rules of a relevant regulatory authority; and
  2. all other applicable laws, rules and regulations as in force from time to time.

2.1.3. "Associate" means an undertaking in the same group as us, a representative whom we appoint, or any other person with whom we have a relationship that might reasonably be expected to give rise to a community of interest between us and them.

2.1.4. "Base Currency" means either the official currency of the United States of America (the USD), or the official currency of the Eurozone (the EUR), or the official currency of the United Kingdom (the GBP) or any other currency that may designated by the Company as a Base Currency from time to time.

2.1.5. "Business Day" means a day which is not a Saturday or a Sunday and upon which banks are open for business in Cyprus.

2.1.6. "Client Money Rules" means the rules specified in paragraph 18(2)(j) of the Law and any Directives and Circulars issued pursuant to that paragraph, as amended from time to time.

2.1.7. "Client" means a retail client, acting as the counterparty of the Company and having agreed to these Terms with the Company.

2.1.8. "Contract for Differences" or "CFD" means the financial instrument specified in paragraph (9) of Part III of Third Appendix of the Law.

2.1.9. "CySEC" means the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission.

2.1.10. "CySEC Rules" means the Law, the Prevention and Suppression of Money Laundering Activities Law of 2007, the Directives, Circulars and all other regulations issued pursuant to these laws and all relevant guidance notes, administrative notices, newsletters and rules published by CySEC.

2.1.11. "Electronic Services" means a service provided by us, for example an Internet trading service offering clients access to information and trading facilities, via an internet service.

2.1.12. "Event of Default" means any of the events of default listed in Part 14 (“Events of Default”).

2.1.13. "Execution" means the completion of a client order on the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform, where the Company acts as a principal to the Client’s Transaction.

 2.1.14. “Over-the-counter” or "OTC" means and refers to Transactions conducted otherwise than on a formal exchange (i.e. off- exchange).

2.1.15. “Law” means the Cyprus Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law 144(I)/2007 of 2007.

2.1.16. "CAPITAL.COM Trading Desk" means the trading desk operated by us at our premises.

2.1.17. "CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform" means the Internet-based trading platform available at our Website and by means of our mobile app that allows us to provide Electronic Services to you.

2.1.18. "Secured Obligations" means the net obligation owed by you to us after the application of set-off under Part 12 (“Margining Arrangements”) in Clause 12.5 entitled “Set-off on Default”.

2.1.19. "System" means all computer hardware and software, equipment, network facilities and other resources and facilities needed to enable you to use an Electronic Service.

2.1.20. "TIN"  including “functional equivalent”) means Taxpayer Identification Number or a functional equivalent in the absence of a TIN. A TIN is a unique combination of letters or numbers assigned by a jurisdiction to an individual or an Entity and used to identify the individual or Entity for the purposes of administering the tax laws of such jurisdiction. Further details of acceptable TINs can be found at the following link: 

http://www.oecd.org/tax/transparency/automaticexchangeofinformation.htm

Some jurisdictions do not issue a TIN. However, these jurisdictions often utilize some other high integrity number with an equivalent level of identification (a “functional equivalent”). Examples of that type of number include, for individuals, a social security / insurance number, personal identification / service code and resident registration number

2.1.21. "Transaction" means any transaction on CFDs across a range of underlying asset classes, including, but not limited to, equity, commodities and indices, carried out subject to these Terms and for which we are authorised under our Cyprus Investment Firm (CIF) license.

2.1.22. “Politically Exposed Person” or “PEP” means a natural person who is or has been entrusted with prominent public functions during the last twelve (12) months, as well as immediate family members and close associates of such a person. The prominent public functions include:

  • heads of state, heads of government, ministers and deputy or assistant ministers;
  • members of parliaments;
  • members of supreme courts, of constitutional courts or of other high-level judicial bodies whose decisions are not subject to further appeal, except in exceptional circumstances;
  • members of courts of auditors or of the boards of central banks; ambassadors, chargés d’affaires and high-ranking officers in the armed forces; 
  • members of the administrative, management or supervisory bodies of state-owned enterprises.

PART 3. INTRODUCTION

These Terms supersede any previous agreement between you and us on the same subject matter and takes effect when you indicate your acceptance via our Website or mobile app. These Terms shall apply to all Transactions contemplated under these Terms.

PART 4. GENERAL

4.1. Information about Us

4.1.1. Our registered office is at 6th floor, Lophitis Business Centre II, 237, 28th October Street, Limassol, PC3035. Our contact details are set out in Part 19 (“Miscellaneous”) under the heading “Notices”.

4.1.2. CAPITAL.COM is a market maker for CFDs. The Company owns and operates the website https://capital.com/ (the “Website”) and the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform which enable the provision of the Electronic Services to our Clients.

4.2. Language

These Terms are supplied to you in English and we will continue to communicate with you in English for the duration of these Terms. We will have the discretion to communicate with you in other languages in addition to English.

4.3. Communication with Us

4.3.1. You may communicate with us by e-mail or through the “Contact Us” section of our Website or the mobile app. Our contact details are set out in Part 19 (“Miscellaneous”) under the heading “Notices”.

4.3.2. Our Website and mobile app contain further details about us and our Electronic Services, and other information relevant to these Terms. In the event of any conflict between these Terms and our Website or mobile app these Terms will prevail.

4.4. Client Categorisation

4.4.1. We act as a principal and not as an agent on your behalf and you enter these Terms as a principal and not as agent (or trustee) on behalf of someone else. We shall treat you as a retail client for the purposes of the CySEC Rules and the Applicable Regulations.

4.4.2. CAPITAL.COM recognizes that Clients should be in general allowed to request to be placed into a different category other than retail. However, at this point CAPITAL.COM has made the decision to provide its Electronic Services exclusively to retails clients that are individuals and will not be able to accommodate such request.

4.4.3. If such re-categorization is of material importance to you and prevents you from using our Electronic Services, you may terminate your arrangements with the Company under these Terms.

4.4.4. Your protection as a retail client under the CySEC Rules and other Applicable Regulations includes, but is not limited to:

  1. our obligation to provide appropriate information to you before providing the Electronic Services ;
  2. the restriction on the payment or receipt by us of any inducements;
  3. our obligation to ensure that all information we provide to you is fair, clear and not misleading; and
  4. the requirement that you receive from us adequate reports on the Electronic Services provided to you;
  5. CAPITAL.COM will request the Client to provide information regarding his/her knowledge and experience in the investment field relevant to the specific type of product or service offered or demanded so as to enable the Company to assess whether the investment service or product envisaged is appropriate for the Client. In case the Company considers, on the basis of the information received, that the product or service is not appropriate for the Client, the Company will alert the Client accordingly;
  6. when executing orders CAPITAL.COM will take all reasonable steps to achieve what is called “best execution” of the Client’s orders that is to obtain the best possible result for their Client as defined in the Company’s Order Execution Policy. The Order Execution Policy is provided on our Website, or by e-mail on request. Unless you notify us to the contrary, you will be deemed to consent to our Order Execution Policy when these Terms come into effect. If you do not consent, we reserve the right to refuse to provide our Electronic Services to you;
  7. CAPITAL.COM will inform its Clients of material difficulties relevant to the proper carrying out of their order(s) promptly upon becoming aware of such difficulties;
  8. CAPITAL.COM will provide Clients with full and explicit information on the execution of the relevant Client orders;
  9. CAPITAL.COM will make adequate arrangements for financial instruments held on behalf of a Client to prevent their use by the Company for its own account by depositing them with a third party in manner that would make them identifiable from the Company’s financial instruments held with that third party (if any) and identifiable from the financial instruments held by that third party as well;
  10. Clients may be entitled to compensation under the Investor Compensation Fund for Clients of Investment Firms scheme;
  11. CAPITAL.COM will make adequate arrangements to prevent the use of Client funds for its own account by depositing them entirely into segregated bank accounts.

4.5. Availability of the Electronic Services

4.5.1. The Electronic Services of CAPITAL.COM are only available to individuals who:

  1.  are at least eighteen (18) years old and at least the legal age in his/her respective jurisdiction;
  2. are domiciled or located in a country where the distribution or use of CFDs would not be contrary to local laws or regulations. It is your responsibility to ascertain the terms of, and comply with any local laws or regulations to which you are subject;
  3. are not domiciled or located in the United States of America. Furthermore, the use of the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform is prohibited from anywhere in the United States of America;
  4. are not a PEP and do not have any relationship (for example relative or business associate) with a person who holds or held in the last twelve (12) months a prominent public position. You must notify the Company as soon as possible if at any stage during the course of these Terms you become a PEP; and/or
  5. are not employees, directors, associates, agents, affiliates, relatives, or otherwise connected to the Company or any of its Associates.

4.5.2. The use of and access to the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform may not be permitted or may be blocked in some jurisdictions. It is your responsibility to verify that you are permitted to use and access the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform according to the jurisdiction of your domicile or any country in which you may be located. Should you try to access the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform from a country other than your country of your domicile it is possible that access will not be permitted and you will be unable to access the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform and therefore open any positions or close any existing positions.

4.5.3. The CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform and the Company’s Electronic Services are not intended for distribution or public offer to Clients domiciled or located in Belgium (“Belgium residents”). It is the responsibility of Belgium residents, to ascertain the terms of, and comply with any local law or regulation to which they may be subject to as residents of Belgium.

4.5.4. We will currently not onboard a Client that would in our best opinion qualify as a Belgium resident due to the place of his/her domicile, residency, location and etc.

4.5.5. The Company may, in its sole discretion, refuse to offer its Electronic Services to any person and change its eligibility criteria at any time.

4.6. General Interpretation

4.6.1. A reference in these Terms to a “Clause” or “Schedule” or “Part” shall be construed as a reference to, respectively, a Clause or Schedule or Part of these Terms, unless the context requires otherwise.

4.6.2. References in these Terms to any statute or statutory instrument or Applicable Regulations include any modification, amendment, extension or re-enactment thereof.

4.6.3. A reference in these Terms to a “document” shall be construed to include any electronic document.

4.6.4. The masculine includes the feminine and the neuter and the singular includes the plural and vice versa as the context admits or requires.

4.6.5. Words and phrases defined in the CySEC Rules and the Applicable Regulations have the same meaning in these Terms unless expressly defined in these Terms.

4.7. Schedules

4.7.1. The provisions contained in the attached Schedule(s) (if any) shall apply. We may from time to time send to you further Schedules in respect of the Transactions. In the event of any conflict between the provisions of any Schedule and these Terms, the provisions of the Schedule shall prevail.

4.7.2. You acknowledge having read, understood and agreed to the Schedules to these Terms (if any).

4.8. Headings 

Headings are for ease of reference only and do not form a part of these Terms.

PART 5. REGULATION

5.1. Subject to the Applicable Regulations

5.1.1. These Terms and all Transactions are subject to the Applicable Regulations so that:

a. nothing in these Terms shall exclude or restrict any obligation which we have to you under the Applicable Regulations;

b. we may take or omit to take any action we consider necessary to ensure compliance with any Applicable Regulations;

c. all Applicable Regulations and whatever we do or fail to do in order to comply with them will be binding on you; and

d. such actions that we take or fail to take for the purpose of compliance with any Applicable Regulations shall not render us or any of our directors, officers, employees or agents liable.

5.2. Action by a Regulatory Body

5.2.1. If CySEC, or any other regulatory body takes any action which affects a Transaction, then we may take any action which we, in our reasonable discretion, consider desirable to respond to such action or to mitigate any loss incurred as a result of such action. Any such action shall be binding on you.

5.2.2. If a regulatory body makes an enquiry in respect of any of your Transactions, you agree to co-operate with us and to promptly supply information requested in connection with the enquiry.

5.3. Obligations regarding Financial Account Holder’s tax residency

5.3.1. OECD Common Reporting Standard (CRS); Regulations based on the CRS require collecting and reporting of certain information about a Financial Account Holder’s tax residency. If the Financial Account Holder’s tax residence is located outside the country, where the Financial Institution (FI) maintaining the account is located, the Company may be legally obliged to pass on financial information provided with respect to your account to the local tax authorities and they may exchange these information with tax authorities of another jurisdiction/s pursuant to intergovernmental agreements to exchange financial account information.

5.3.2. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA); We are required by the Applicable Regulations (including without limitation, FATCA) to confirm and to verify the identity of each client who registers in our system and opens an account with us. Therefore, you will be prompted to provide us with information when you register with us, including: (1) your name, (2) your address, (3) your date of birth, (4) your phone number and any other personally identifiable information that we may ask for from time to time such as a copy of your passport, a proof of addresses or other identifying documents or information, and the countries of which you are a tax resident, and confirm whether you are a US citizen or your place of birth is in the United States of America or any other proof of your current location or domicile. You shall notify CAPITAL.COM in writing within 30 days of any material change in the information previously provided to us.

PART 6. PAYMENTS AND CHARGES

6.1. Charges

Spreads, fees and other charges are payable by you as a Client of the Company. A copy of our current charges is published on the Website and the mobile app. Any alteration to charges will be notified to you in advance of the relevant change.

6.2. Spreads

Only a spread (the difference between the lower and the higher price of a given CFD) is applied for the trading part of the Electronic Services, and no other charges or commissions are paid by the Clients in this part. The spread is dynamic and may factor in the liquidity in the external markets and the competitor pricing. Our spreads are set at our absolute discretion, since we are acting as a market maker, and any changes are effective immediately. CAPITAL.COM reserves the right to mark up the spreads.

6.3. No Commissions or Fees for Depositing or Withdrawal

No commissions or fees are charged by the Company for depositing to or withdrawing the funds from the Account. The Client is responsible for covering any commissions associated with the bank transfer made (other payment method used) to deposit the funds to his/her Account or to withdraw them levied by the Client's bank or payment services provider.

6.4. Additional costs

You should be aware of the possibility that other taxes or costs may exist that are not paid through or imposed by us. It is your sole responsibility to bear these additional costs.

6.5. Currency of the Payments

All payments to us under these Terms shall be made in the Base Currency of the Client’s  relevant Account.

6.6. No Third Party Payments

The owner of the Account must be the owner of the funds deposited to it. The Company accepts payments only from its Clients and no third party payments will be accepted. The Company will not process any Account withdrawals made to third parties.

6.7. Overnight Premiums

If you hold a position open overnight, an overnight premium is subtracted from your Account. The size of overnight premium is specified for each instrument on our Website and on the mobile app. 

6.8. Inactivity Fee

Inactive Accounts will be subject to a monthly charge of 5 USD (or the equivalent of the same in one of the Base Currencies), relating to the maintenance/administration of such Inactive Accounts.

PART 7. NO PROVISION OF INVESTMENT ADVICE

7.1. Execution Only

We deal on an execution only basis and do not advise on the merits of particular Transactions, or their taxation consequences.

7.2. Own Judgement and Suitability

Without prejudice to our foregoing obligations, in asking us to enter into any Transaction, you represent that you have been solely responsible for making your own independent appraisal and investigations into the risks of the Transaction. You represent that you have sufficient knowledge, market sophistication, professional advice and experience to make your own evaluation of the merits and risks of any Transaction and that you have read and have accepted the Risk Disclosure Statement. We give you no warranty as to the suitability of the products traded under these Terms and assume no fiduciary duty in our relations with you.

7.3. Incidental Information 

Where we do provide generic trading recommendations, market commentary or other information:

a. this is incidental to your dealing relationship with us. It is provided solely to enable you to make your own investment decisions and does not amount to advice;

b. where information is in the form of a document containing a restriction on the person or category of persons for whom that document is intended or to whom it is distributed, you agree that you will not pass it on to any such person or category of persons;

c. we give no representation, warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy or completeness of such information or as to the tax consequences of any Transaction;

d. you accept that prior to dispatch, we may have acted upon it ourselves or made use of the information on which it is based. We do not make representations as to the time of receipt by you and cannot guarantee that you will receive such information at the same time as other Clients. Any published research reports or recommendations may appear in one or more screen information service.

7.4. Conflicts of Interest Policy

7.4.1. You acknowledge that we provide our Electric Services to a broad range of Clients and have numerous counterparties and circumstances may arise in which we, our Associates, or any relevant person may have a material interest in a Transaction with or for you or where a conflict of interest may arise between your interests and those of other clients or counterparties or of ourselves.

7.4.2. Please refer to our Conflicts of Interest Policy for further information on how we manage conflicts. Upon request, we will provide you with any further details in that regard.

PART 8. CLIENT ACCOUNTS AND INITIAL DEPOSITS

8.1. Documents

8.1.1. Before you can place an order with the Company, you must read and accept these Terms, including the Risk Disclosure Statement, the trading policies as listed in Part 9 below, and all applicable Schedules. You must also deposit sufficient clear funds in your Account and your client registration form and all accompanying documents must be approved and verified by the Company.

The documents required for the verification of identification to approve your registration of account, may be provided within 15 days from the date of first deposit. In this period of time the client is able to trade.

Upon the provision of all requested documentation, before the deadline period of 15 days starting from the date of first deposit, the Company will assess and verify the documentation and the approval of your registration will be forwarded to you by e-mail.

In case, the documents requested during your registration are not provided within15 days, the Company shall proceed with the suspension of your account with the Company and any other electronic services of the Company related to your account. In such a case of suspension, the Company will terminate the business relationship on the date of the deadline’s expiry and all deposited funds will be returned to the same bank account from which they originated.

​​​​8.2. Upon the approval of your registration, you will be notified by e-mail. The Company may, in its sole discretion, request that in addition to online acceptance of these Terms, Client must complete and submit any signed documents so required by the Company, including but not limited to these Terms and the Risk Disclosure Statement.

8.3. Currency of the Accounts

You will be able to open your trading Account(s) in one of the Base Currencies offered by the Company. Account(s) balances will be calculated and reported to you in the Base Currency in which Account(s) are maintained.

PART 9. TRADING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

9.1. Placing of instructions

You may give us instructions in electronic form through the Website or the mobile app. In these Terms “instructions” and “orders” have the same meaning.

9.2. Types of Orders Accepted

9.2.1. An order is an offer to open or close a transaction if our price moves to, or beyond, a level specified by you. Our approach is to place orders solely as a principal and not as an agent on your behalf; we are the sole counterparty to your trades and the sole execution venue for your orders. The CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform supports the following types of orders:

a. A Market Order is an instruction to buy or sell a CFD immediately in a specified size at the best available market price for that size. When you place a Market Order with us you acknowledge that such Market Order allows us to execute your order at a price that is worse than our quoted bid/offer price at the time you place it. This order type does not allow any control over the price it will be filled at. Market Orders can be placed only during the trading hours of the underlying asset. Where there is insufficient liquidity available for the specified size your Market Order will be partially filled while the remaining quantity will be cancelled by the system. A Market Order can have Take Profit/ Stop Loss Orders attached.

b. A Limit Order is an instruction to buy a CFD at no more than a specific price, or to sell it at no less than a specific price (called ‘or better’ for either direction). This gives you a control over the price at which the Limit Order is executed, however this Limit Order may never be executed (or filled). A Limit Order can be used to either open or close a position. Limit Orders show on the order book at the price you specified and will be matched or filled when your price is reached and provided there is sufficient liquidity available. Where there is insufficient liquidity available your Limit Order will be partially filled with the remaining quantity staying on the order book until it is matched fully or cancelled. Once a Limit Order is triggered it will be executed at a level that is the same or better than the level specified by you. Limit Orders can have Take Profit and Stop Loss orders attached.

c. A working order is a general term for a Limit Order to open.

d. A Take Profit is an order that can be attached to working orders or an open position to close a position at a price that is better than the current price. This order type is primarily used to lock in profits from a position. Where a Take Profit Order is attached to a working order it will be a contingent order that would become active once all or part of your opening order has been executed giving rise to a position being opened on your Account. Take Profit Orders show on the order book for the price you specified and will be matched or filled at that price. If a Take Profit Order is partially executed because there is insufficient liquidity at the price you specify, the remaining part of your order will be active until your price level is reached again and more liquidity is available. A Take Profit Order will remain active until the attached order is removed or the open position is closed.

e. A Stop Loss is an order that can be attached to working orders or open positions to close a position at a price that is worse than the current price shown on the order book. This order type is primarily used to limit the potential losses you can incur from an open position. Stop Loss Orders do not show on the order book. If the Stop Loss level is reached, the Stop Loss Order is executed as a Market Order at the best price available for the quantity you wish to buy or sell.  Stop Loss Orders will continue to be active until the order is executed, the attached order is cancelled or you close the open position. If a Stop Loss Order is partially executed because there is insufficient liquidity, the remaining part of your order will be active until your price level is reached again and more liquidity is available.

f. Stop losses on long positions will trigger when the Ask Price reaches the desired Stop Loss Price and they will execute at the Prevailing Bid Price. Stop losses on short positions will trigger when the Bid Price reaches the desired Stop Loss Price and they will execute at the Prevailing Ask Price. We do not guarantee that a Loss Order will be filled at the price specified.

9.2.2. Limit Orders and Stop Loss Orders for equity CFDs are executed based on the preceding ex-dividend prices and if not fully executed before the occurrence of the forthcoming Corporate Event, entitling the Client to a dividend for the equity CFD position(s) he/she currently holds, the Client’s relevant CFD position(s) will be closed by the Company prior to that Corporate Event at the then prevailing market price. Similarly, the Company will ask the Client to close any affected pending Limit Orders and Stop Loss Orders before the forthcoming Corporate Event or will do so on its own, if the Client fails to act accordingly.

9.2.3. We may introduce new types of orders from time to time by posting a relevant alert and updating the current information on our platform.

9.3. Terms of Acceptance for Orders

9.3.1. It is your sole responsibility to clearly indicate the terms of an order when entered, whether it is a Market Order, Limit Order, Take Profit, Stop Loss or any other type of order, including the relevant price and lot size.

9.3.2. You acknowledge and agree that, despite our best efforts, the price at which execution occurs may be materially different to the price specified in your order. This may result from sudden price movements in the underlying assets that are beyond our control.

9.3.3. The Company shall have no liability for failure to execute orders.

9.3.4. The Company shall have the right, but not the obligation, to reject any order in whole or in part prior to execution, or to cancel any order, where your Account contains margin that is insufficient to support the entire order or where such order is illegal or otherwise improper.

9.4. Execution Policy

9.4.1. If there are no specific instructions from the Client on how to execute the order, we will consider several execution factors to ensure that we manage the order on terms most favourable to our Client. These execution factors include:

a. price;

b. speed;

c. likelihood of execution and settlement;

d. costs;

e. size and nature of the order;

f. any other considerations relevant to the execution of the order.

9.4.2. We do not consider the above list exhaustive and the order in which the above factors are presented shall not be taken as an indication of their priority.

9.4.3. The best possible result for our Clients will be determined in terms of the total consideration (unless the objective of the execution of the order dictates otherwise), represented primarily by the price of the financial instrument and the costs related to the execution. The costs related to the executions include the expenses incurred by the Client which are directly related to the execution of his/her order.

9.4.4. The other execution factors of speed, likelihood of execution, size, nature or any other relevant consideration will, in most cases, be secondary to the price and costs considerations, unless they would deliver the best possible result for the Client in terms of total consideration.

9.5. Cancellation/Withdrawal of Instructions

9.5.1. Non-market orders may be cancelled via the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform but we can only cancel your instructions if you explicitly request so, provided that we have not acted up to the time of your request upon those instructions.

9.5.2. Executed instructions may only be withdrawn or amended by you with our consent.

9.5.3. The Company shall have no liability for any claims, losses, damages, costs or expenses, including legal fees, arising directly or indirectly out of the failure of such order to be cancelled.

9.6. Right not to Accept Orders

We may, but shall not be obliged to, accept instructions to enter into a Transaction. If we decline to enter into a proposed Transaction, we shall not be obliged to give a reason but we shall promptly notify you accordingly.

9.7. Control of Orders Prior to Execution

9.7.1. We have the right (but not the obligation) to set limits and/or parameters to control your ability to place orders at our absolute discretion. Such limits and/or parameters may be amended, increased, decreased, removed or added to by us at our absolute discretion and may include (without limitation):

a. controls over maximum or minimum order amounts and maximum or minimum order sizes;

b. controls over our total exposure to you;

c. controls over prices at which orders may be submitted (to include, without limitation, controls over orders which are at a price which differs greatly from the market price at the time the order is submitted to the order book);

d. controls over the Electronic Services (to include, without limitation, any verification procedures to ensure that any particular order or orders has come from you); and/or

e. any other limits, parameters or controls which we may be required to implement in accordance with Applicable Regulations.

9.8. Trade Adjustments

9.8.1. Clients must be aware that CFD transactions carry a high degree of risk. The amount of initial margin may be small relative to the value of the instrument so that transactions are ‘leveraged’ or ‘geared’. A relatively small market movement may have a proportionately larger impact on the funds that the Client has deposited or will have to deposit. This may work against as well as for the Client.

9.8.2. The Company exclusively reserves the right to widen its variable spreads, adjust leverage and/or increase the margin requirements without notice under certain market conditions including, but not limited to, when the CAPITAL. COM Trading desk is closed, around fundamental announcements, as a result of changes in credit markets and/or at times of extreme market volatility.

9.8.3. In such circumstances, the Client agrees to indemnify the Company for any and all losses that may occur due the widening of spreads and the adjustment of leverage.

9.9. Execution of Orders

We shall use our reasonable endeavours to execute any order promptly, but in accepting your orders we do not represent or warrant that it will be possible to execute such order or that execution will be possible according to your instructions. If we encounter any material difficulty relevant to the proper carrying out of an order on your behalf we shall notify you promptly.

9.10. Confirmations

9.10.1. Confirmations for all Transactions that we have executed on your behalf on that trading day will be available on the mobile app, which are updated online as each Transaction is executed.

9.10.2. Confirmation of execution and statements of your Account(s), in the absence of manifest error, shall be deemed correct, conclusive and binding upon you if not objected to within three days by e-mail if orders were placed through the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform.

9.10.3. In cases where the prevailing market represents prices different from the prices posted online by the Company on the Website and the mobile app, the Company will attempt, on a best efforts basis and in good faith, to execute Market Orders on or close to the prevailing market prices. This may or may not adversely affect Client’s realized and unrealized gains and losses.

9.11. Improper or Abusive Trading

9.11.1. The Company’s objective is to provide the most efficient trading liquidity available in the form of streaming, tradable prices for most of the financial instruments we offer on the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform. As a result of the highly automated nature of the delivery of these streaming, tradable prices, you acknowledge and accept that price misquotations are likely to occur from time to time.

9.11.2. Should you execute trading strategies with the objective of exploiting such misquotation(s) or act in bad faith, the Company shall consider this as unacceptable behavior.

9.11.3. Should the Company determine, at its sole discretion and in good faith, that you are taking advantage, benefitting, attempting to take advantage or to benefit of such misquotation(s) or that you are committing any other improper or abusive trading act such as for example:

a. fraud/illegal actions that led to the transaction;

b. orders placed based on manipulated prices as a result of system errors or system malfunctions;

c. arbitrage trading on prices offered by our platforms as a result of systems errors; and/or

d. coordinated transactions by related parties in order to take advantage of systems errors and delays on systems updates;

then the Company will have the right to:

i. adjust the price spreads available to you; and/or

ii. restrict your access to streaming, instantly tradable quotes, including providing manual quotation only; and/or

iii. obtain from your Account any historic trading profits that you have gained through such abuse of liquidity as determined by us at any time during our trading relationship; and/or

iv. reject an order or to cancel a trade; and/or

v. immediately terminate our trading relationship.

9.12. Prohibited Trading

9.12.1. No employee and/or former employee who currently works or used to work on a full time or part time basis for the Company or any of its related entities shall, during the term of the employee’s and/or former employee’s service to the Company or any of its related entities and after termination of service become a Client of any brand of the Company (either directly or indirectly, alone or with partners, associates, affiliates or any other third party) without the Company’s prior written approval.

9.12.2. Should the Company consider that the employee and/or former employee is trading with any brand of the Company without the Company’s prior written approval personally and/or via a third party we shall consider all the trading to be abusive and/or improper trading. In such circumstances the employee and/or former employee’s Account(s) and all open positions shall be closed immediately and any funds held within the Account shall be confiscated.

9.12.3. No business associate or former business associate of the Company or any of its related entities shall, during the period of the agreement between the associate/former business associate and the Company and after termination of such agreement, become a Client of any brand of the Company (either directly or indirectly, alone or with partners, associates, affiliates or any other third party) without the Company’s prior written approval.

9.12.4. Should the Company consider that the associate/former business associate is trading with any brand of the Company without the Company’s prior written approval personally and/or via a third party we shall consider all the trading to be abusive and/or improper trading. In such circumstances the relevant associate/former business associate’s Account(s) and all open positions shall be closed immediately and any funds held within the Account shall be confiscated.

9.13. Disabling and Cancelling Deposits

9.13.1. We have the right not to accept funds deposited by you and/or to cancel your deposits in the following circumstances:

a. if you fail to provide the Company with any documents it requests from you either for client identification purposes or for any other reason;

b. if the Company suspects or has concerns that the submitted documents may be false or fake;

c. if the Company suspects you are involved in illegal or fraudulent activity;

d. if the Company is informed that your credit or debit card (or any other payment method used) has been lost or stolen;

e. where the Company considers that there is a chargeback risk; and/or

f. when you deposit ten thousand (10 000) USD or more (or an equivalent of the same in one of our Base Currencies) or if you make over ten (10) separate deposits to your Accounts and the Company is unable to verify your credit or debit card details or is unable to verify any other payment method used.

9.13.2. In case of cancelled deposits, and if there is not a confiscation of your funds by a supervisory authority on the grounds of money laundering suspicion or for any other legal infringement, your funds will be returned only to the bank account that they have been initially received from.

9.14. Performance and Settlement

You will promptly deliver any instructions, money, or documents deliverable by you under a Transaction in accordance with that Transaction as modified by any instructions given by us.

9.15. Position Limits

We may require you to limit the number of open positions which you may have with us at any time and we may in our sole discretion close out any one or more Transactions in order to ensure that such position limits are maintained.

9.16. Withdrawals

Without prejudice and subject to these Terms and all Applicable Regulations funds may be withdrawn by you from your Account once your withdrawal request is processed and approved, provided that such funds are not being utilized for margin purposes or have otherwise become owing to us, and there is a remaining positive balance on your Account.

We will process your request to withdraw funds on the same day that the request was received, or the next working day if your request is received outside of our normal business hours.

Your withdrawal request will be processed by us and sent to the same bank, credit card or other source for execution owned by you. No Account withdrawals to third parties will be processed by the Company.

If you request a withdrawal of funds from your Account and we cannot comply with it without closing some part of your open positions, we will not comply with the request until sufficient positions are closed and we have established that you  have a positive balance on your Account to make the withdrawal.

9.17. Inactive and Dormant Account

9.17.1. The Client acknowledges and confirms that any Account(s), held by him/her with the Company where the Client has:

a. not placed an order;

b. opened or closed positions; and/or

c. made a deposit into the Client’s Account;

for a period of ninety (90) days and more, shall be classified by the Company as an Inactive Account (“Inactive Account”).

9.17.2. Where the Client has and continues to:

a. place orders;

b. open or close positions; and/or

c. make deposits into the Client’s Account;

the Account shall be classified by the Company as an Active Account ("Active Account").

9.17.3. The Client further acknowledges and confirms that such Inactive Accounts will be subject to a monthly charge of 5 USD (or the equivalent of the same in one of the Base Currencies), relating to the maintenance/administration of such Inactive Accounts.

9.17.4. The Client further agrees that any Inactive Accounts, holding zero balance/equity, shall become dormant ("Dormant Account"). For the re-activation of Dormant Accounts, the Client must contact the Company and inform of the Client's wish to reactivate the Dormant Account. The Client's Dormant Account will then be reactivated (subject to, if required, up-to-date Know Your Client documentation provided to the Company by the Client) and become an Active Account.

9.17.5. Where the Client has not done the following with the Active Account reactivated from a Dormant Account:

a. place an order;

b. open or close positions; and/or

c. make a deposit into the Client’s Account;

for a period of ninety (90) days and more, this Active Account will once again become a Dormant Account.

9.18. Negative Balance Protection

It is possible for adverse market movements to result in the loss of more than your Account balance, so that it becomes negative. If this case, we will bear the negative consequences of such adverse events and any of your losses will be limited to your then current Account balance.

9.19. Corporate Events

9.19.1. The Client has no rights or obligations in respect of the underlying instruments or assets relating to his/her CFD. Specifically, in case of an equity CFD you will not receive any voting rights. However, the underlying instrument can be affected by various Corporate Events. A “Corporate Event” is any action or event, whether temporary or otherwise, in relation to an underlying asset(s) of the CFD, or in relation to the issuer of an underlying asset(s) of the CFD, which would have an effect on the value, legal characteristics or ability to trade the underlying asset(s) or the CFD based on or referencing such underlying asset(s), including: distributions or the grant of entitlements to existing holders of rights in the underlying asset(s), dividend payments, the granting of rights to purchase, subscribe or receive any underlying asset(s) (whether for free, on preferential payment terms or otherwise) or cash, placings, rights issues, bonus/scrip issues, capitalization issues and similar issues, mergers or takeovers relating to the issuer of the underlying asset(s), sub-divisions, splits, reductions (including share buy-backs),consolidations, reclassifications, restructurings, cancellation or suspension of listing of the underlying asset(s) or the issuer of the underlying asset(s), and any action or event analogous to any of the foregoing or otherwise that may have a diluting or concentrative effect on the value of the underlying asset(s) of the CFD.

9.19.2. In case a Corporate Event will occur while the Client is holding an open CFD position or has a pending order affected by such event, we will notify the Client in advance of such Corporate Event and ask him/her to close the relevant position(s) and cancel the affected pending orders before that Corporate Event occurs. If the Client fails to do so, we will close any Client CFD position(s) to be affected by the forthcoming Corporate Event at the then prevailing market prices and suspend any affected orders of the Client before that Corporate Event takes place.

PART 10. ELECTRONIC TRADING TERMS

10.1. Access and Trading Hours

10.1.1. Once you have gone through the security procedures associated with an Electronic Service provided by us, you will get access to such Electronic Service, unless agreed otherwise or stated on our Website or mobile app.

10.1.2. All references to the Company’s hours of trading are in Greenwich Mean Time (“GMT”) using a 24-hour format.

10.1.3. Our Electronic Services will normally be available continuously from 22:00 GMT Sunday until 22:00 GMT Friday (winter time), every week, excluding public holidays, periods where the markets for the underlying assets of the CFDs do not operate and cases where the markets are closed due to illiquidity in the financial instruments.

10.1.4. You may request a quote to open a Transaction or to close all or any part of a Transaction at any time during our normal hours of trading for the CFD in respect of which you wish to open or close the Transaction.

10.1.5. Outside those hours, we will be under no obligation to, but may, at our absolute discretion, provide a quote and accept and act on your offer to open or close a Transaction.

10.1.6. Please consult our Website or mobile app for more details on operating times for each CFD. We reserve the right to suspend or modify the operating hours on our own discretion and in such event our Website and mobile app will be updated without delay in order to inform you accordingly. In this respect the operating hours, as indicated on the Website and the mobile app  are the applicable ones.

10.1.7. We may change our security procedures at any time and we will inform you of any new procedures that apply to you as soon as possible through our Website or mobile app.

10.2. Restrictions on Electronic Services Provided

10.2.1. There may be restrictions on the number of Transactions that you can enter into on any one day and also in terms of the total value of those Transactions when using an Electronic Service. Please refer to our Website and mobile app for details of the limits imposed upon Transactions carried out through our Electronic Services.

10.3. Access Requirements

You will be responsible for having hardware equipment forming part of the System to enable you to use an Electronic Service.

10.4. Virus Detection

You will be responsible for the installation and proper use of any virus detection/scanning program we may require from time to time.

10.5. Use of Information, Data and Software

In the event that you receive any data, information or software via an Electronic Service other than that which you are entitled to receive pursuant to these Terms, you will immediately notify us and will not use, in any way whatsoever, such data, information or software.

10.6. Maintaining Standards

When using an Electronic Service you must:

a. ensure that the System is maintained in good order and is suitable for use with such Electronic Service;

b. run such tests and provide such information to us as we shall reasonably consider necessary to establish that the System satisfies the requirements notified by us to you from time to time;

c. carry out virus checks on a regular basis;

d. inform us immediately of any unauthorised access to an Electronic Service or any unauthorised Transaction or instruction which you know of or suspect of and, if within your control, cause such unauthorised use to cease; and

e. not at any time leave the terminal from which you have accessed such Electronic Service or let anyone else use the terminal until you have logged off such Electronic Service.

10.7. System Defects

In the event you become aware of a material defect, malfunction or virus in the System or on the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform, you will immediately notify us of such defect, malfunction or virus and cease all use of such Electronic Service until you have received permission from us to resume use.

10.8. Intellectual Property

10.8.1. All rights in patents, copyrights, design rights, trade marks and any other intellectual property rights (whether registered or unregistered) relating to the Electronic Services remain vested in us or our licensors.

10.8.2. You will not copy, interfere with, tamper with, alter, amend or modify the software comprising the System of the Electronic Services or any part or parts thereof unless expressly permitted by us in writing, reverse compile or disassemble the software comprising the System of the Electronic Services, nor purport to do any of the same or permit any of the same to be done, except in so far as such acts are expressly permitted by law.

10.8.3. Any copies of the software comprising the System of the Electronic Services made in accordance with law are subject to these Terms. You shall ensure that all the licensors trademark, copyright and restricted rights notices are reproduced on these copies. You shall maintain an up-to-date written record of the number of copies of the software comprising the System of the Electronic Services made by you. If we so request, you shall as soon as reasonably practical, provide to us a statement of the number and whereabouts of copies of the software comprising the System of the Electronic Services.

10.9. Liability

Without prejudice to any other of provisions of these Terms, relating to the limitation of liability, the following clauses shall apply to our Electronic Services.

10.9.1. System Errors

10.9.1.1. We shall have no liability to you for damage which you may suffer as a result of transmission errors, technical faults, malfunctions, illegal intervention in network equipment, network overloads, malicious blocking of access by third parties, internet malfunctions, interruptions or other deficiencies on the part of internet service providers.

10.9.1.2. You acknowledge that access to Electronic Services may be limited or unavailable due to such system errors, and that we reserve the right upon notice to suspend access to Electronic Services for this reason.

10.10. Delays​
Neither we nor any third party software provider accepts any liability in respect of any delays, inaccuracies, errors or omissions in any data provided to you in connection with an Electronic Service.

10.9.2.1. We do not accept any liability in respect of any delays, inaccuracies or errors in prices quoted to you if these delays, inaccuracies or errors are caused by third party service providers with which we may collaborate.

10.9.2.2. We shall not be obliged to execute any instruction which has been identified that is based on errors caused by delays of the system to update prices provided by the system price feeder or the third party service providers.

10.9.2.3. We do not accept any liability towards executed trades that have been based and have been the result of delays as described above.

10.9.2. Viruses from Electronic Services

We shall have no liability to you (whether in contract or in tort, including negligence) in the event that any viruses, worms, software bombs or similar items are introduced into the System via an Electronic Service or any software provided by us to you in order to enable you to use the Electronic Service, provided that we have taken reasonable steps to prevent any such introduction.

10.9.3. Viruses from your System

You will ensure that no computer viruses, worms, software bombs or similar items are introduced into our computer system or network and will indemnify us on demand for any loss that we suffer arising as a result of any such introduction.

10.9.4. Unauthorised Use

We shall not be liable for any loss, liability or cost whatsoever arising from any unauthorised use of the Electronic Service. You shall on demand indemnify, protect and hold us harmless from and against all losses, liabilities, judgements, suits, actions, proceedings, claims, damages and costs resulting from or arising out of any act or omission by any person using an Electronic Service by using your designated passwords, whether or not you authorised such use.

10.11. Markets​
We shall not be liable for any act taken by or on the instruction of an exchange or regulatory body.

10.12. Suspension or Permanent Withdrawal with Notice

We may suspend or permanently withdraw an Electronic Service, by giving you 24 hours written notice.

10.13. Immediate Suspension or Permanent Withdrawal Without Notice

10.13.1. We have the right, unilaterally and with immediate effect, to suspend or withdraw permanently your ability to use any Electronic Service, or any part thereof, without notice, where we consider it necessary or advisable to do so, for example due to your non-compliance with the Applicable Regulations, breach of any provisions of this Agreement, on the occurrence of an Event of Default, Event of Force Majeure, network problems, failure of power supply, for maintenance, or to protect you when there has been a breach of security.

10.13.2. In addition, the use of an Electronic Service may be terminated automatically, upon:

a. the termination, renunciation, revocation, withdrawal or suspension of any license granted to us which relates to the Electronic Service; and/or

b. the termination of these Terms.

10.14. Effects of Termination

In the event of a termination of the use of an Electronic Service for any reason, upon request by us, you shall, at our option, return to us or destroy all software and documentation we have provided you in connection with such Electronic Service and any copies thereof.

PART 11. CLIENT MONEY

11.1. Client Money

We treat all funds received from you or held by us on your behalf (“Client Money”) in accordance with the requirements of the Client Money Rules.

11.2. Interest​

You, the Client, acknowledge and confirm that no interest will be received on the balance of your Account.

11.3. Overseas Banks

11.3.1. We will endeavor to hold Client Money on your behalf within Cyprus and the European Union. The funds will be kept in bank accounts denominated as client funds and clearly segregated from the Company’s own funds.

11.3.2. Client Money deposited may be kept in one or more omnibus accounts with any authorised credit institution used to accept funds which the Company will specify from time to time and will be held in the Company’s name.

11.3.3. We will not be liable for the insolvency, acts or omissions of any third party referred to in this Part.

11.4. Due Care, Skill and Diligence

11.4.1. We deposit financial instruments held on behalf of our Clients in an account and/or accounts opened with a third party, provided that we have exercised all due care, skill and diligence in the selection, appointment and periodic review of the third party and of the arrangements for the holding and safekeeping of financial instruments.

11.4.2. With regards to the deposit of Clients Money, in the event we do not deposit Client Money with a central bank, we exercise all due care, skill and diligence in the selection, appointment and periodic review of the credit institution, bank or money market fund where the funds are placed and the arrangement for the holding of those funds.

11.4.3. It shall be noted that we take into account the expertise and reputation of the third party as well as the legal requirements or market practices related to the holding of those financial instruments that could adversely affect our Clients’ rights.

11.5. Payment Service Providers

11.5.1. The Company may keep merchant accounts in its name with payment services providers (hereinafter “PSP”) used to settle payment transactions of its Clients. However, for the avoidance of doubt, it is noted that such merchant accounts are not used for safekeeping of Client Money but only to effect settlements of their payment transactions. 

11.5.2. Your Client Money is being processed through accounts maintained in the following PSP: “ECOMMPAY LIMITED”, an authorized payment institution regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority.

11.5.3. Whilst we remain responsible for the handling of Client Money, in certain circumstances certain payment methods may not be available to the Company. In such circumstances CAPITAL.COM may operationally handle customer payments using alternative methods, always in accordance with the relevant safeguarding and anti-money laundering requirements provided by the Applicable Regulations.

11.5.4. We will not be liable for the insolvency, acts or omissions of any PSP referred to in this Part.

11.6. Denomination of Client Funds Accounts and Segregation from the Company’s Own Funds

We shall take all necessary measures in order to ensure that any of the Clients’ financial instruments deposited with a third party are identifiable separately from the financial instruments belonging to the Company and from the financial instruments belonging to that third party, by means of differently titled accounts on the books of the third party or other equivalent measures that achieve the same level of protection. Similarly, as per the legislative requirement of Paragraph 20 of the Directive DI144-2007-01, we, on receiving any client funds, shall promptly place those funds into one or more accounts denoted as “client accounts”.

11.7. Diversification of Risks

We shall ensure, where deemed necessary, the diversification of the Clients’ financial instruments and funds, for example the maintenance of accounts with several third parties.

11.8. Omnibus Account Risk

11.8.1. The Company may hold client funds in omnibus accounts within third party financial and credit institutions. In this respect, the Client is warned that there is a risk of loss emanating from the use of omnibus accounts in financial or credit institutions. In such case it may not be possible to distinguish if the particular Client funds are held by a certain financial or credit institution. Omnibus accounts may also hold other types of risks including legal, liquidation risk, haircut risk, third party risk and etc.

11.8.2. In the event of insolvency or any other analogous proceedings in relation to a financial or credit institution where client funds are held, the Company (on behalf of the Client) and/or the Client may only have an unsecured claim against the financial or credit institution, and the Client will be exposed to the risk that the money received by the Company from the financial or credit institution, is insufficient to satisfy the claims of the Client with claims in respect of the Account. The Company does not accept any liability or responsibility for any resulting losses so in the unlikely event of default the proportionate loss shall affect all of the Company's Clients’ monies held in omnibus accounts with the financial or credit institution. To mitigate this risk the client funds are being held in few reputable financial or credit institutions and constant exposure monitoring is taking place.

11.9. Unclaimed Client Money

You agree that we may cease to treat your money as Client Money if there has been no movement on your balance for six (6) consecutive years. We shall write to you at your last known address informing you of our intention of no longer treating your balance as Client Money and giving you twenty eight (28) Business Days to make a claim.

11.10. Liability and Indemnity

11.10.1. You agree that we shall not be liable for any default of any counterparty, bank, or other third party which holds money on your behalf.

11.10.2. The Company will not be liable for loss suffered by you in connection to your funds held by us, unless such loss directly arises from our gross negligence, willful default or fraud.

PART 12. MARGINING ARRANGEMENTS

12.1. Contingent Liability

12.1.1. When we effect a Transaction, you should note that, depending upon the nature of the Transaction, you may be liable to make further payments when the Transaction fails to be completed or upon the earlier settlement or closing out of your position.

12.1.2. You may be required to make further variable payments by way of margin against the purchase price of the CFD, instead of paying (or receiving) the whole purchase (or sale) price immediately.

12.1.3. The movement in the market price of the CFD will effect the amount of margin payment you will be required to make.

12.1.4. We will constantly monitor your margin requirements and we will inform you as soon as it is reasonably practicable of the amount of any margin payment required under this Part.

12.2. Margin Call

You agree to pay us on demand such sums by way of margin as are required from time to time as we may in our discretion reasonably require for the purpose of protecting ourselves against loss or risk of loss on present, future or contemplated Transactions under these Terms.

12.3. Failure to Meet Margin Call

In the event that you fail to meet a margin call, we may immediately close out any of the relevant positions, as well as any pending orders that may negatively affect your margin balance once executed.

12.4. Form of Margin

Margin must be paid in cash in a Base Currency of your Account. A cash Margin paid to us is held as Client Money in accordance with the requirements of the Client Money Rules. Margin deposits shall be made by wire transfer, credit card or by such other means as the Company may direct.

12.5. Set-off on Default

If there is an Event of Default or these Terms are terminated, we shall set-off the balance of the cash margin owed by us to you against your obligations (as reasonably valued by us). The net amount, if any, payable between us following such set-off, shall take into account the Liquidation Amount payable under Part 15 (“Netting”).

12.6. Further Assurance

You agree to execute such further documents and to take such further steps as we may reasonably require to perfect our security interest over and obtain legal title to the Secured Obligations.

12.7. Negative Pledge

You undertake neither to create nor to have outstanding any security interest whatsoever over, nor to agree to assign or transfer, any of the cash margin transferred to us.

12.8. General Lien

In addition and without prejudice to any rights to which we may be entitled under these Terms or any Applicable Regulations,  we shall have a general lien on all cash held by us or our Associates or our nominees on your behalf until the satisfaction of the Secured Obligations.

PART 13. REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES AND COVENANTS

13.1. Representations & Warranties

13.1.1. You represent and warrant to us on the date these Terms come into effect and as of the date of each Transaction that:

a. you are at least eighteen (18) years old and of legal age in your respective jurisdiction to form a binding contract, such as these Terms, as well as open a Transaction and perform your obligations thereunder;

b. any information which you provide or have provided to us in respect of your financial position, domicile, location or other matters in your application form and at any time thereafter is true and accurate in all respects;

c. you have obtained all governmental or other authorisations and consents required by you in connection with these Terms and in connection with opening or closing Transactions and such authorisations and consents are in full force and effect and all of their conditions have been and will be complied with;

d. the execution, delivery and performance of these Terms and each Transaction will not violate any law, ordinance, or any other rule applicable to you in the jurisdiction in which you are domiciled or located in or are a resident of, or any agreement by which you are bound or by which any of your assets are affected;

e. you will not send funds to your Account(s) from, or request that funds be sent from your Account(s) to a third party;

f. if you are an employee or a contractor of a financial services firm or any other firm that has controls over the financial transactions in which its employees and contractors deal, you will give us proper notice of this and of any restrictions that apply to your dealing;

g. you will not to use our bid and offer prices for any purpose other than for your own trading purposes, and you agree not to redistribute our bid and offer prices to any other person whether such redistribution be for commercial or other purposes;

h. you will use the Electronic Services offered by us pursuant to these Terms in good faith and, to this end, you will not use any electronic device, software, algorithm, or any trading strategy (‘Device’) that aims to manipulate or take unfair advantage of the way in which we construct, provide or convey our bid or offer prices. You agree that using a Device whereby in your dealings with us you are not subject to any downside market risk will be evidence that you are taking unfair advantage of us;

i. no Event of Default or any event which may become (with the passage of time, the giving of notice, the making of any determination or any combination of the above) an Event of Default (“Potential Event of Default”) has occurred and is continuing with respect to you;

j. you act as principal and sole beneficial owner (but not as trustee) in entering into these Terms and each Transaction and in case you wish to open, either in the present time or in the future, more than one Account with the Company it is required to immediately disclose to us that you are the beneficial owner of the existing Account(s) during the account opening procedure and to provide us with the necessary information and/or documentation;

k. you confirm that  you are the lawful owner the debit or credit card used during registration for the Account with the Company, or the lawful owner of any other payment method used to open an Account with us;

l. you are willing and financially able to sustain a total loss of funds resulting from Transactions and trading in such Transactions is a suitable investment for you; and

m. except as otherwise agreed by us, you are the sole beneficial owner of all margin you transfer under these Terms, free and clear of any security interest whatsoever.

13.1.2. Any breach by you of a representation or warranty given under these Terms renders any Transaction voidable from the outset or capable of being closed by us at our then prevailing prices, at our discretion.

13.2. Covenants​

13.2.1. You covenant to us that:

a. you will promptly notify us of the occurrence of any Event of Default or Potential Event of Default with respect to yourself;

b. you will use all reasonable steps to comply with all Applicable Regulations in relation to these Terms and any Transaction, so far as they are applicable to you or us;

c. you will not send orders or otherwise take any action that could create a false impression of the demand or value for a financial instrument. Nor will you send orders which we have reason to believe are in breach of Applicable Regulations or by taking advantage of your Account(s) that could be considered as system abusive orders, including but not limited to one’s intention to benefit from delays in the prices, to trade at off-market prices and to abuse the system for trading at manipulated prices; and

d. upon demand, you will provide us with such information as we may reasonably require to evidence the matters referred to in this Clause or to comply with any Applicable Regulations.

e. you will  undertake to advice the Company within 30 days of any change in circumstances which affects provided information or causes the information contained herein to become incorrect or incomplete, and to provide the Company with suitably updated information within 60 days of such a change. 

f. all  statements made by you and any information provided by you, are correct and complete.

PART 14. EVENTS OF DEFAULT

14.1. The following shall constitute Events of Default:

  1. you fail to make any payment when due under these Terms or to observe or perform any other provision of these Terms after notice of non-performance has been given by us to you;
  2. you fail to perform any obligation due to us;
  3. where any Transaction or combination of Transactions or any realised or unrealised losses on any Transactions or combination of Transactions opened by you results in your exceeding any credit or other limit placed on your dealings;
  4. your death or your incapacity;
  5. the initiation by a third party of proceedings for your bankruptcy (if applicable) or if you make an arrangement or composition with your creditors or any other similar or analogous procedure is commenced in respect of you;
  6. where any representation or warranty made by you in these Terms is or becomes untrue;
  7. you fail or omit to disclose to us your capacity as the beneficial owner of more than one Account you may maintain with us;
  8. you take advantage of delays occurred in the prices and you place orders at outdated prices, you trade at off-market prices, you manipulate the system to trade at prices not quoted to you by us and you perform any other action that constitutes improper trading;
  9. any event of default (however described) occurs in relation to you under any other agreement between us; and/or
  10. any other circumstance where we reasonably believe that it is necessary or desirable to take any to protect ourselves or all or any of our other Clients. 

PART 15. NETTING

15.1. Rights on Default

On the occurrence of an Event of Default, we may exercise our rights under this Part, except that in the case of the occurrence of an Event of Default specified in Clause 14.1 (e) (a “Bankruptcy Default”), the automatic termination provision of this Clause shall apply.

15.2. Liquidation Date

Subject to the following Clause 15.3, at any time following the occurrence of an Event of Default, we may, by notice to you, specify a date (the “Liquidation Date”) for the termination and liquidation of Transactions in accordance with this Part.

15.3. Automatic Termination

The date of the occurrence of any Bankruptcy Default shall automatically constitute a Liquidation Date, without the need for any notice by us and the provisions of the following Clause 15.4 shall then apply.

15.4. Calculation of the Liquidation Amount

15.4.1. Upon the occurrence of the Liquidation Date:

  1. neither of us shall be obliged to make any further payments or deliveries under any Transactions which would, but for this Part, have fallen due for performance on or after the Liquidation Date and such obligations shall be satisfied by settlement (whether by payment, set-off or otherwise) of Liquidation Amount (as defined below);
  2. we shall (on, or as soon as reasonably practicable after, the Liquidation Date) determine (discounting if appropriate), in respect of each Transaction a total cost, loss or, as the case may be, gain, in each case expressed in the Base Currency of your Accounts (and, if appropriate, including any loss of bargain, cost of funding or, without duplication, cost, loss or, as the case may be, gain as a result of the termination, liquidation, obtaining, performing or re-establishing of any hedge or related trading position) as a result of the termination, pursuant to these Terms, of each payment or delivery which would otherwise have been required to be made under such Transaction (assuming satisfaction of each applicable condition precedent and having due regard, if appropriate, to such market quotations published on, or official settlement prices set by the relevant exchange as may be available on, or immediately preceding, the date of calculation); and
  3. we shall treat each cost or loss to us, determined as above, as a positive amount and each gain by us, so determined, as a negative amount and aggregate all of such amounts to produce a single, net positive or negative amount, denominated in the Base Currency of your Account (the “Liquidation Amount”).

15.5. Payer​

If the Liquidation Amount determined pursuant to this Part is a positive amount, you shall pay it to us and if it is a negative amount, we shall pay it to you. We shall notify you of the Liquidation Amount, and by whom it is payable, immediately after the calculation of such amount.

15.6. Other Transactions

Where termination and liquidation occurs in accordance with this Part, we shall also be entitled, at our discretion, to terminate and liquidate, in accordance with the provisions of this Part, any other transactions entered into between us which are then outstanding.

15.7. Payment​

The Liquidation Amount shall be paid in the Base Currency of your Account by the close of business on the Business Day following the completion of the termination and liquidation under this Part (converted as required by applicable law into any other currency, any costs of such conversion to be borne by you, and (if applicable) deducted from any payment to you). Any Liquidation Amount not paid on the due date shall be treated as an unpaid  amount and bear interest, at the average rate at which overnight deposits in the Base Currency of such payment are offered by major banks in the London interbank market as of 11.00 am (London time) (or, if no such rate is available, at such reasonable rate as we may select) plus one (1%) per annum for each day for which such amount remains unpaid.

15.8. Payments

Unless a Liquidation Date has occurred or has been effectively set, we shall not be obliged to make any payment or delivery scheduled to be made by us under a Transaction for as long as an Event of Default or any event which may become (with the passage of time, the giving of notice, the making of any determination hereunder, or any combination thereof) an Event of Default with respect to you has occurred and is continuing.

15.9. Additional Rights

Our rights under this Part shall be in addition to, and not in limitation or exclusion of, any other rights which we may have (whether by agreement, operation of law or otherwise).

15.10. Application of Netting to the Transactions

This Part applies to each Transaction entered into or outstanding between us on or after the date these Terms takes effect.

15.11. Single Agreement

These Terms, the particular terms applicable to each Transaction entered into under these Terms, and all amendments to any of them shall together constitute a single agreement between us. We both acknowledge that all Transactions entered into on or after the date these Terms take effect, are entered into in reliance upon the fact that these Terms and all such provisions constitute a single agreement between us.

PART 16. RIGHTS ON DEFAULT

16.1. Default

On an Event of Default or at any time after we have determined, in our absolute discretion, that you have not performed (or we reasonably believe that you will not be able or willing in the future to perform) any of your obligations to us, in addition to any rights under Part 15 (“Netting”) we shall be entitled, without prior notice to you:

  1. instead of returning to you investments equivalent to those credited to your account, to pay to you the fair market value of such investments at the time we exercise such right;
  2. to sell such of your investments as are in our possession or in the possession of any nominee or third party appointed under or pursuant to these Terms, in each case as we may in our absolute discretion select or and upon such terms as we may in our absolute discretion think fit (without being responsible for any loss or diminution in price) in order to realise funds sufficient to cover any amount due by you hereunder;
  3. to close out, replace or reverse any Transaction, buy, sell, borrow or lend or enter into any other Transaction or take, or refrain from taking, such other action at such time or times and in such manner, as at our sole discretion, we consider necessary or appropriate to cover, reduce or eliminate our loss or liability under or in respect of any of your contracts, positions or commitments; and/or
  4. to cancel and/or consider void any Transactions and profits or losses either realised or unrealised and/or to close out the account(s) you maintain with us pursuant to these Terms, immediately and without prior notice.

PART 17. TERMINATION WITHOUT DEFAULT & CANCELLATION

17.1. Termination & Cancellation

17.1.1. You have a right to cancel these Terms for a period of fourteen (14) days commencing on the date on which you have accepted these Terms (the “Cancellation Period”).

17.1.2. Should you wish to cancel these Terms within the Cancellation Period, you should send notice in writing to the contact details are set out in Part 19 (“Miscellaneous”) under the heading “Notices” or electronically through the “Contact Us” section of our Website or the mobile app. Cancelling these Terms within the Cancellation Period will not cancel any Transaction entered into by you during the Cancellation Period. If you fail to cancel these Terms within the Cancellation Period you will be bound by its terms but you may terminate these Terms in accordance with Clause 17.1.3 (“Termination Without Default”).

17.1.3. Unless required by Applicable Regulations, a party may terminate these Terms (and the relationship between us) for its own convenience in the absence of an Event of Default on that party’s side by giving in prior ten (10) days written notice of termination to the other part.

17.1.4. Upon terminating these Terms:

a. all amounts payable by you to us will become immediately due and payable including (but without limitation):

i. all outstanding fees, charges and commissions;

ii. any dealing expenses incurred by terminating these Terms; and

iii. any losses and expenses realised in closing out any Transactions or settling or concluding outstanding obligations incurred by us on your behalf.

b. The Company shall apply best execution rules in cases where you have not provided the Company with specific instructions regarding the closing of your positions.

c. The Company shall return any client funds remaining in your Account to your bank account, specifically to the account from which the funds were debited. Your funds may be returned to another bank account to which you are the beneficiary in exceptional circumstances and as long as you provide us with the required documents to verify, that the account belongs to you.

17.2. Existing rights

Termination shall not affect then outstanding rights and obligations and Transactions which shall continue to be governed by these Terms and the Parts agreed between us in relation to such Transactions until all obligations have been fully performed.

PART 18. EXCLUSIONS, LIMITATIONS AND INDEMNITY

18.1. General Exclusion

18.1.1. Neither we nor our directors, officers, employees or agents shall be liable for any losses, damages, costs or expenses, whether arising out of negligence, breach of contract, misrepresentation or otherwise, incurred or suffered by you under these Terms (including any Transaction or where we have declined to enter into a proposed Transaction) unless such loss is a reasonably foreseeable consequence or arises directly from our or their respective gross negligence, willful default or fraud.

18.1.2. In no circumstance, shall we have liability for losses suffered by you or any third party for any special or consequential damage, loss of profits, loss of goodwill or loss of business opportunity arising under or in connection with these Terms, whether arising out of negligence, breach of contract, misrepresentation or otherwise.

18.1.3. Nothing in these Terms will limit our liability for death or personal injury resulting from our negligence.

18.2. Tax Implications

Without limitation, we do not accept liability for any adverse tax implications of any Transaction whatsoever.

18.3. Changes in the Market

18.3.1. Market Orders are executed at the bid/ask prices offered through us. Pending orders are executed at the then market price requested by you and offered through us. We reserve the right, at our full discretion, not to execute the order, or to change the quoted price of the Transaction in case of technical failure of the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform or in case of extraordinary or abnormal fluctuations of the price of the financial instrument as offered in the market.

18.3.2. Without limitation, we do not accept any liability by reason of any delay or change in market conditions before any particular Transaction is effected.

18.4. Limitation of Liability & Events of Force Majeure

18.4.1. We shall not be liable to you for any partial or non-performance of our obligations hereunder by reason of any cause beyond our reasonable control, including without limitation any breakdown, delay, malfunction or failure of transmission, communication or computer facilities, industrial action, act of terrorism, act of God, acts and regulations of any governmental or supra national bodies or authorities or the failure by the relevant exchange, other regulatory or self-regulatory organisation, vendor or service provider of ours for any reason, to perform its obligations (“Events of Force Majeure”).

18.4.2. MANIFEST ERROR

We reserve the right to, without your consent, either void from the outset or amend the terms of any Transaction containing or based on any error that we reasonably believe to be obvious or palpable (a ‘Manifest Error’). If, in our discretion, we choose to amend the terms of any such Manifestly Erroneous Transaction, the amended level will be such level as we reasonably believe would have been fair at the time the Transaction was entered into. In deciding whether an error is a Manifest Error we shall act reasonably and we may take into account any relevant information including, without limitation, the state of the Underlying Market at the time of the error or any error in, or lack of clarity of, any information source or pronouncement upon which we base our quoted prices. Any financial commitment that you have entered into or refrained from entering into in reliance on a transaction with us will not be taken into account in deciding whether or not there has been a Manifest Error.

In the absence of our fraud, wilful default or negligence, we will not be liable to you for any loss, cost, claim, demand or expense following a Manifest Error (including where the Manifest Error is made by any information source, commentator or official on whom we reasonably rely).

If a Manifest Error has occurred and we choose to exercise any of our rights under Term 10(1), and if you have received any monies from us in connection with the Manifest Error, you agree that those monies are due and payable to us and you agree to return an equal sum to us without delay.

In the event of a Manifest Error, the affected Party must notify the other Party of the circumstances and of the events beyond its reasonable control within three (3) business days.

In the event of a Manifest Error the Company may suspend, freeze or close any of the Client’s positions.

18.4.3. Nothing in these Terms will exclude or restrict any duty or liability we may have to you under Applicable Regulations, which may not be excluded or restricted thereunder.

18.5. Responsibility for Orders

You will be responsible for all orders entered on your behalf via an Electronic Service and you will be fully liable to us for the settlement of any Transaction arising from it.

18.6. No Other Representations

You acknowledge that you have not relied on or been induced to enter into these Terms by a representation other than those expressly set out in these Terms. We will not be liable to you (in equity, contract or tort) for a representation that is not set out in these Terms and that is not fraudulent.

18.7. Indemnity

You shall pay to us such sums as we may from time to time require in or towards satisfaction of any deficiency on the balance of your Account(s) with us and, on a full indemnity basis, any losses, liabilities, costs or expenses (including legal fees), taxes, imposts and levies which we may incur or be subjected to with respect to any of your Account(s) or any Transaction or as a result of any misrepresentation by you or any violation by you of your obligations under these Terms (including any Transaction) or by the enforcement of our rights.

PART 19. MISCELLANEOUS

19.1. Amendments

We have the right to amend the provisions of these Terms. If we make any material change to these Terms, we will give at least ten (10) Business Days written notice to you. Such amendment will become effective on the date specified in the notice. Unless otherwise agreed, an amendment will not affect any outstanding order or Transaction or any legal rights or obligations which may already have arisen.

19.2. Notices

19.2.1. Unless otherwise agreed, all notices, instructions and other communications to be given by us under these Terms shall be given to the contact details provided by you to us. Likewise, all notices, instructions and other communications to be given by you under these Terms shall be given to us in writing at the address below:

Name: Capital Com SV Investments Ltd

Address: Lophitis Business Centre II, 237, 28th October Street, Limassol, PC3035, Cyprus

Email Address: support@capital.com

You will notify us of any change of your information for the receipt of notices, instructions and other communications immediately.

19.3. Electronic Communications

Subject to the Applicable Regulations, any communication between us using electronic signatures and any communications via our Website and/or the mobile app shall be binding as if they were in writing. Orders or instructions given to you via e-mail or other electronic means will constitute evidence of the orders or instructions given.

19.4. Our Records

  1. Our records, unless shown to be wrong, will be evidence of your dealings with us in connection with our Electronic Services. You will not object to the admission of our records as evidence in any legal proceedings because such records are not originals, are not in writing nor are they documents produced by a computer.
  2. You will not rely on us to comply with your record keeping obligations, although records may be made available to you on request at our absolute discretion.

19.5. Your Records

You agree to keep adequate records in accordance with the Applicable Regulations to demonstrate the nature of orders submitted and the time at which such orders are submitted. You can access your statements online at any time via our Website or mobile app. You may request to receive your statement monthly or quarterly via email, by providing such a request to the support department.

19.6. Investor Compensation Fund

19.6.1. We participate in the Investor Compensation Fund for clients of Investment Firms regulated in Cyprus. You will be entitled to compensation under the Investor Compensation Fund where we are unable to meet our duties and obligations arising from your claim.

19.6.2. Any compensation provided to you by the Investor Compensation Fund shall not exceed twenty thousand (20 000) EUR and applies to your aggregate claims against us.

19.7. Complaints Procedure

We are obliged to put in place internal procedures for handling complaints fairly and promptly. You may submit a complaint to us, for example by letter, e-mail, or in person using the contact details that set out in Part 19 (“Miscellaneous”) under the heading “Notices”. We will send you a written acknowledgement of your complaint promptly following receipt, enclosing details of our complaints procedures, including when and how you may be able to refer your complaint to CySEC. Please refer to the relevant page of our Website for further details regarding our complaints procedures.

19.8. Transfers & Assignment

These Terms shall be for the benefit of and binding upon us both and our respective successors and assigns. You shall not assign, charge or otherwise transfer or purport to assign, charge or otherwise transfer your rights or obligations under these Terms or any interest in these Terms, without our prior written consent, and any purported assignment, charge or transfer in violation of this Clause shall be void. You agree that we may without further notice to you and subject to the Applicable Regulations, transfer by whatever means we consider appropriate all or any of our rights, benefits, obligations, risks and/or interests under these Terms to any person who may enter into a contract with us in connection with such transfer and you agree, that we may transfer to such person all information which we hold about you.

19.9. Time of Essence

Time shall be of the essence in respect of all obligations of yours under these Terms (including any Transaction).

19.10. Rights and Remedies

The rights and remedies provided under these Terms are cumulative and not exclusive of those provided by law. We shall be under no obligation to exercise any right or remedy either at all or in a manner or at a time beneficial to you. No failure by us to exercise or delay by us in exercising any of our rights under these Terms (including any Transaction) or otherwise shall operate as a waiver of those or any other rights or remedies. No single or partial exercise of a right or remedy shall prevent further exercise of that right or remedy or the exercise of another right or remedy.

19.11. Set-off

Without prejudice to any other rights to which we may be entitled, we may at any time and without notice to you set-off any amount (whether actual or contingent, present or future) owed by you to us against any amount (whether actual or contingent, present or future) owed by us to you. For these purposes, we may ascribe a commercially reasonable value to any amount which is contingent or which for any other reason is unascertained.

19.12. Partial Invalidity

If, at any time, any provision of these Terms is or becomes illegal, invalid or unenforceable in any respect under the law of any jurisdiction, neither the legality, validity or enforceability of the remaining provisions of these Terms nor the legality, validity or enforceability of such provision under the law of any other jurisdiction shall in any way be affected or impaired.

19.13. Data Protection

The Client’s personal data are safely stored in the Company’s electronic systems and are treated as confidential. The Company will not disclose any of the Client’s personal data to a third party that is not an affiliate, partner, or an associate related to the provision of services to the Client, unless required to do so by an official government regulatory authority of a competent jurisdiction. The Company will not hold any information about its Clients’ debit or credit cards, or any payment method used by a Client to make his/her deposit not required by the Applicable Regulations, and will at all times be in compliance with the undertaken cardholder data security standards. For more information please refer to our Privacy Policy.

19.14. Conversion into the Base Currency

For the purposes of any calculation hereunder (unless expressly stated otherwise), we may convert amounts denominated in any other currency into the Base Currency at such rate prevailing at the time of the calculation as we shall reasonably select. For CFDs traded in a currency other than the Account’s Base Currency we will use the mid price rate at the time of the trade being closed with a 0.3% charge. This would be automatically converted to your Account’s Base Currency when the position is closed and you would then have no further currency exposure for that position.

19.15. Spanish Clients

For clients that are residents of Spain ("Spanish clients”) a special set of required warnings regarding CFDs will be shown by the Company. The Company shall also obtain a typed statement from each of our Spanish clients acknowledging his or her understanding that CFDs are complex products that are not appropriate/suitable for retail clients.

19.15.1. If we determine that our product is appropriate and suitable for a Spanish client the following warning will be shown to that client:

“You are about to purchase a CFD, a product that is complex and difficult to understand. The National Securities Market Commission of Spain (Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores) has determined that, due to the complexity of the CFDs and the risks involved, the purchase of CFDs by retail investors is not appropriate/suitable. Nevertheless, Capital.com has assessed your knowledge and experience and has determined that CFDs are convenient for you.

The CFD you are about to purchase is a leveraged product. Please be aware that the losses incurred may be greater than the amount initially invested.

Please be aware that if you decide to close your position immediately after purchasing you will have to pay [the relevant amount and currency shall be indicated]”.

Prior to the first two (2) trades, the Spanish client will be prompted to electronically sign the pages where the special warning appears and they will be able to make a statement by typing the following wording:

“This product is complex and CNMV has determined that it is not convenient for me”.

19.15.2. if we determine that our product is unsuitable for a Spanish client the following warning shall be shown to that client:

“You are about to purchase a CFD, a product that is complex and difficult to understand. The National Securities Market Commission of Spain (Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores) has determined that, due to the complexity of the CFDs and the risks involved, the purchase of CFDs by retail investors is not appropriate/suitable. Capital.com has assessed your knowledge and experience and has determined that CFDs are unsuitable for you.

The CFD you are about to purchase is a leveraged product. Please be aware that the losses incurred may be greater than the amount initially invested.

Please be aware that if you decide to close your position immediately after purchasing you will have to pay [the relevant amount and currency shall be indicated]”.

Prior to the first two (2) trades a Spanish client will be prompted to electronically sign the pages where the special warning appears and they will be able to make a statement by typing the following wording:

“This product is complex and has been determined as unsuitable for me”.

19.15.3. if we determine that we do not have enough information to assess our CFDs are appropriate/suitable for a Spanish client the following warning shall be shown to that client:

“You are about to purchase a CFD, a product that is complex and difficult to understand. The National Securities Market Commission of Spain (Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores) has determined that, due to the complexity of the CFDs and the risks involved, the purchase of CFDs by retail investors is not appropriate/suitable. Capital.com has assessed your knowledge and experience and has determined that is does not have enough information to determine whether the CFDs are convenient for you.

The CFD you are about to purchase is a leveraged product. Please be aware that the losses incurred may be greater than the amount initially invested.

Please be aware that if you decide to close your position immediately after purchasing you will have to pay [the relevant amount and currency shall be indicated]”.

Prior to the first two (2) trades a Spanish client will be prompted to electronically sign the pages where the special warning appears and they will be able to make a statement by typing the following wording:

“This is a complex product and due to the lack of information provided, it could not be determined as convenient for me”.

The special warnings for Spanish clients and their relevant typed statements shall form a part of the contractual documentation between the relevant Spanish client and the Company. A record will be kept of the typed statements made by Spanish clients that will be readily available for review and inspection by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission or any other competent authority.

19.15.4. All or our advertising mechanisms that will be available to residents of Spain shall include the following statement:

“Difficult product to understand, CNMV has determined that it is not suitable for retail investors due to its complexity and high risks involved”.

19.15.5. The Spanish client will be given the opportunity to expressly declare and acknowledge that he or she is fluent in English and therefore can understand and accept all warnings he or she was provided in English as well as acknowledge that he or she understands the relevant typed statement made in English. If the Spanish client will not be able to make such declaration, all the relevant warnings will be provided in Spanish and the Spanish client will be asked to type the statement in Spanish.

PART 20. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION

20.1. Governing Law

The interpretation, construction, effect and enforceability of these Terms shall be governed by the laws of Cyprus. You as the Client agree that all Transactions carried out on the CAPITAL.COM Online Trading Platform are governed by the laws of Cyprus regardless of the location of the Client.

20.2. Jurisdiction

The Parties to these Terms submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Cyprus to settle any suit, action or other proceedings related to these Terms (“Proceedings”).

20.3. Waiver of Immunity and Consent to Enforcement

You irrevocably waive to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, with respect to yourself and your revenue and assets (irrespective of their use or intended use) all immunity on the grounds of sovereignty or other similar grounds from suit; jurisdiction of any courts; relief by way of injunction, order for specific performance or for recovery of property; attachment of assets (whether before or after judgment); and execution or enforcement of any judgment to which you or your revenues or assets might otherwise be entitled in any Proceedings in the courts of any jurisdiction and irrevocably agree that you will not claim any immunity in any Proceedings. You consent generally in respect of any Proceedings to the giving of any relief or the issue of any process in connection with such Proceedings, including, without limitation, the making, enforcement or execution against any property whatsoever (irrespective of its use or intended use) of any order or judgment which may be made or given in such Proceedings.

20.4. Service of Process

If you are situated outside of Cyprus, process by which any Proceedings in Cyprus are begun may be served on you by being delivered to the address in Cyprus nominated by you for this purpose. This does not affect our right to serve process in another manner permitted by law.

TERMS & CONDITIONS v2.1 20170718

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