Pledging of liquid funds and liquid bees : few ques


Exchanges stipulate that for overnight F&O positions, 50% of the margin needs to compulsorily come in cash and the remaining 50% can be in terms of collateral margin.

Q. Does that mean for intraday this Rule is not applicable and I can use my collateral margin completely?


The liquidbees collateral margin is the margin received against pledged liquidbees ETFs and liquid mutual funds after the haircut deduction.

SEBI mandates 50% of the margin required (when trading futures and selling options) to be maintained in cash. Liquidbees collateral margins are considered equivalent to cash for this purpose.

Q Will Liquid Funds collateral margin will also be considered equivalent to cash and it will be in compliance with the rule of 50% cash margin for OVERNIGHT positions in Futures and option writing?

Q. Will I get normal leverage same like actual cash on the liquid fund and liquid bees collateral margin?

Thanks in advance.

anyone? @siva

Liquid fund & liquidbees are cash equivalent with 90% of their value available as margin to you. Not sure about your first question

This query has been answered multiple times on the forum