Dutch broker said it will charge based on clients' credit usage at end of year
ABN Amro Clearing, one of the top brokers
for proprietary traders, has told its clients they may be
charged at the end of the year based on their credit usage in
the latest sign of brokers changing how they are paid by
ABN Amro Clearing told clients this week
they will be required to pay a surcharge if their credit usage
at the end of the year is more than 80% of their average usage
for the ten months to the end of October.
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