position accountability

Definition of "position accountability"
  1. A rule requiring someone with a high number of outstanding contracts to provide information about the nature, trading strategy, and hedging details of the position when asked by the exchange
How to use "position accountability" in a sentence
  1. Due to position accountability, he had to give details about his trading strategy to the exchange.
  2. The exchange required traders with large outstanding contracts to adhere to position accountability.
  3. With position accountability, this trader had to provide information about his hedging details to the exchange upon their request.

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