RISK DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

Risk Disclosure Statement

Contracts for Difference (‘CFDs’) are complex financial products that are traded on margin. Trading CFDs carries a high level of risk since leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. As a result, CFDs may not be suitable for all investors because you may lose all your invested capital. You should not risk more than you are prepared to lose. Please ensure you fully understand the risks involved, seeking independent advice if necessary prior to entering into such transactions. Please read CGX CAPITAL full ‘Risk Disclosure Statement’.

You should not fund your Account using money obtained from any credit facility (including bank loan or otherwise). You should understand that your overall risks will be significantly increased. For instance, if you incur a loss on your trades, you will still have to repay any amount borrowed plus any interest or other costs. Therefore, you shall never finance any trades on such borrowed money and you should never rely on being able to profit on any trade, in order to repay such amounts.

Nature Of CFDs

CFDs are agreements to exchange the difference in value of a particular instrument or currency between the time at which the agreement is entered into and the time at which it is closed. CFDs allow the Firm’s Clients to replicate the economic effect of trading in particular currencies or other instruments without requiring actual ownership of those assets; a full list of the CFDs on offer by Brokers are available on their Website.

CFDs are derivative products traded off-exchange (or Over-the-Counter ( OTC)); this means Broker is at all times the counter party to the Client trades and any CFD trades entered into with the Firm, can only be closed with . Your ability to open and/or close trades is dependent on the availability of our trading platform(s).

You understand that you are not entitled to the physical delivery of the underlying instrument (or reference instrument) of the CFDs you are trading and you have no rights in the underlying instrument (such as voting rights in case you are trading CFDs on shares).

CFDs fluctuate in value during the day; the price movements of CFDs are determined by a number of factors including but not limited to availability of market information.