Change to margin requirements for currency pairs with the Swiss franc

June 22, 2015

Dear clients and partners,

EXNESS is pleased to inform you that beginning June 4, 2015 margin requirements will be lowered for currency pairs with the Swiss franc (CHF). These changes will apply to all account types.

As a result of the stabilization of the market situation, margin requirements for currency pairs with CHF will correspond to the ordinary rules for providing leverage at EXNESS. For example, when trading with 1:2000 leverage, the margin requirements are 0.05% of the transaction volume.

These changes will not affect rare cross-currency pairs with the Swiss franc. You can get more information about the margin requirements for any financial instrument in theContract Specifications section.

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