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Terms & Conditions

TERMS AND CONDITIONS - TECHNOLOGY ACCESS AND TRADER ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
1. WHEN DO THESE TERMS APPLY
These Terms and Conditions (Terms) are agreed upon between you and PropTradeTech Pty Ltd (ACN 661 045 950) (the
Company) and sets out the terms and conditions that apply to your Account and your use of the Services (including under an
Assessment Program or as a Funded Trader or ancillary services associated with either or both). These Terms are effective
immediately on successful registration of your Account and continue until terminated or you stop using the Services in
accordance with clause 18. By registering your Account and using the Services, you expressly acknowledge and agree that you
have read, understood, and agree to be bound by these Terms.
2. WHAT YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR
2.1 Assessment of Trading skill
(a) By establishing an Account and paying the Access Fee, you are agreeing to have your trading skills assessed by the
Company in a proprietary demonstration environment (developed by the Company) and against the Assessment Criteria
corresponding to your chosen Assessment Program.
(b) You will be provided with access to the Trading Platform which you will use to conduct your Trades for assessment by the
Company against the Assessment Criteria.
2.2 Funded Trader
(a) If your trading skills are sufficiently proficient and you satisfy the Assessment Criteria, the Company may offer you a role
as a Funded Trader (which you may accept or decline). There is no guarantee that you will be offered such a role,
irrespective of whether you satisfy the relevant Assessment Criteria.
(b) As a Funded Trader, the Company will allocate to you a Bankroll (the amount of which will correspond to your Assessment
Program) from which you will conduct Trades with the aim of making a Notional Net Profit for each Trading Period.
(c) If you satisfy the Funded Trader Criteria for a given Trading Period, you will receive a Trader Payment for that Trading
Period.
(d) If you do not meet the Funded Traded Criteria for a given Trading period, you will not receive a Trader Payment for that
Trading Period.
(e) As a Funded Trader, you will not be required to make any payment of money to either fund your allocated Bankroll or
cover the negative monetary positions of your Trades. Your Bankroll and the monetary positions of your Trades are
representative in nature only and are not “live” amounts or positions.
2.3 Trades are representative only
All your Trades will be placed on the Trading Platform, which is strictly a demonstration only environment and not a “live”
platform. The Trading Platform may use real data taken from a live trading environment, but such data will be representative
only and your Trades will not be placed in a “live” trading environment. This applies to the Trades you place as part of your
chosen Assessment Program and as a Funded Trader.
3. PRELIMINARY MATTERS
3.1 Amendments to these Terms
The Company may vary these Terms at any time, including to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, to
protect its systems, processes and other users Services (including other Funded Traders), and to otherwise ensure the delivery
Services can continue in a commercially reasonable and sustainable way. Where such changes materially affect the Services or
their delivery, you will be notified in writing before the changes are implemented or as soon as practicable after they are
implemented.
3.2 Defined terms
Unless expressly stated otherwise or the context requires it, the following words have the following meanings when used in
these Terms:
Access Fee means the upfront fees payable by you to the Company to receive the Services, as relevant to your selected
Assessment Program and prescribed in the Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees.
Account means an account created by you, or on your behalf, to use Services offered by the Company. Account Application
Form means the relevant application form (whether printed or hosted online) you must complete to establish an Account.
Assessment Criteria means the relevant criteria corresponding to each Assessment Program detailed in the Schedule of
Assessment Programs & Fees, and requirements of which are to be satisfied as part of determining whether the Company
considers a person to have sufficient proficiency in Trading.
Assessment Program means an “Assessment Program” as detailed in the Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees which you
select as part of establishing your Account.
Bankroll means the representative dollar value which you will be allocated if you are selected to become a Funded Trader, and
from which you will use to construct and place representative Trades.
Confidential Information means any information which is by its nature confidential or commercially sensitive and includes all
technical, proprietary and operational information, drawings, techniques, processes, know-how, methods of working, data
and specifications, trade secrets and other commercially valuable information of any kind, and the terms of these Terms.
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Funded Trader means a person who accepts the Company’s offer to become an independent contractor to construct and
place theoretical Trades using representative real-time data on the Trading Platform.
Funded Trader Criteria means the relevant criteria a Funded Trader needs to satisfy in order to receive Trader Payments (as
prescribed in the Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees).
Independent Contractor Agreement means an agreement to be entered into between you and the Company if you are
selected to become a Funded Trader.
Intellectual Property Rights means all Confidential Information and all industrial and intellectual property rights including:
(a) any current and future rights in respect of or in connection with any copyright, patents, trademarks, design rights or
eligible layout rights, trade secrets, know-how, invention and discoveries and all other intellectual property as defined in
article 2 of the convention establishing the World Intellectual Property Organisation 1967 (whether registered or not);
and
(b) any current and future rights to apply for registration of any of the rights in paragraph (a) above.
Notional Net Profit means the notional value that can be attributed to the representative value of the net positions of your
Trades for each Trading Period.
Permitted Use means the construction and placement of Trades on the Trading Platform as part of the Assessment Program
or as a Funded Trader.
Restricted Territory has the meaning given in clause 4.
Restrictions means the prohibited and restrictions of use of the Services set out in clause 12.2.
Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees means the schedule of the same name detailing the Assessment Program(s)
available to you (and relevant details for Access Fees, Assessment Criteria and Funded Trader Criteria and Potential Trader
Payment) when you establish an Account and as part of the Services.
Services means the provision by the Company of trading technology (including the Trading Platform) and trading assessment
services to you and other applicants and Funded Traders and as part of your selected Assessment Program.
Terms means these Terms and Conditions and includes the accompanying documents expressly agreed to form part of these
Terms, including the Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees.
Trades means the theoretical and/or representative forex and contracts-for-difference (CFD) trades you construct and place
on the Trading Platform whether as part of your Assessment Program or as a Funded Trader, and Trading has a corresponding
meaning.
Trader Payments means the amounts you will be entitled to receive if you become a Funded Trader and satisfy the Funded
Traded Criteria (as prescribed in the Schedule of Assessment Program & Fees).
Trading Platform means the technology platform provided by the Company to you as part of the Services to construct and
place Trades.
Website means the Company’s website prescribed in the Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees or such other website(s)
as the Company may maintain from time to time to deliver any part of Services.
3.3 Interpretation of these Terms
When interpreting these Terms, unless the context otherwise requires:
(a) singular words include the plural and vice versa;
(b) unless expressly stated otherwise, a reference to “party” means a party to these Terms;
(c) the word “including” or any form of that word is not a word of limitation;
(d) headings and sub-headings are for ease of reference only and do not affect the interpretation or construction of these
Terms;
(e) an obligation or benefit imposed by these Terms on or in favour of more than one person binds or benefits all of them
jointly and each of them individually;
(f) a reference to a person or party includes an individual, the estate of an individual, a corporation, a regulatory body, an
incorporated or unincorporated association or parties in a joint venture, a partnership, and a trust, and its successors or
permitted assigns;
(g) expressions referring to writing are construed as including references to words printed, typed, or otherwise reproduced;
(h) if a party is obliged to do or refrain from doing something, it also must ensure its employees, agents, contractors,
customers and visitors do or refrain from doing the thing, as the case may be;
(i) these Terms must not be construed adversely against a party merely because that party prepared these Terms or
arranged for it to be prepared.
3.4 Incorporation of Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees
The Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees is incorporated into, and form part of, these Terms. The Schedule or Assessment
Programs & Fees may accompany these Terms or may be provided to you separately (either as another document, via the
Website or as part of other communications between you and the Company). Unless expressly stated otherwise, the
provisions of the Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees prevail in the event of any discrepancy between them and these
Terms.
4. RESIDENCY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & DISCLAIMER
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You acknowledge, warrant and agree that you are not, and will not at any time during your use of the Services be, a citizen or
resident (permanent or otherwise) of a Restricted Territory or be prohibited from purchasing or using the Services via any
international sanctions laws (such as being a designated person or associated with a designated person). You acknowledge
and agree that it is your sole responsibility to ensure you comply with any laws and are permitted to use the Services and fully
indemnify the Company and its personnel from any loss, damage or liability arising out of or in connection with the
establishing of your Account or your use of the Services being unlawful or not being permitted in any jurisdiction, including
your country of citizenship or residency. For the purpose of these Terms, a Restricted Territory includes those countries
expressly stated to be a “Restricted Territory” as set out in the Schedule of Assessment Programs & Fees, but can include
others as designated by Governments and Government agencies. By purchasing any products you agree that all the
information provided is true and accurate.
You undertake that you will notify us as soon as possible if any of the above representations become incorrect. You further
agree that we may immediately and without notice suspend or terminate the agreement if we reasonably believe this to be
required in order to comply with applicable sanctions laws.
You explicitly agree that any monies paid are not refundable if you breach this Clause 4.
5. PROVISION OF SERVICES
(a) The Company provides the Services strictly for Permitted Use only.
(b) The Company makes no representation, and does not give any warranty, about the suitability of the Services. You
acknowledge and agree that the Trading Platform and Services are provided “as is” and that you have not relied on any
representation or warranty (express or implied) made by any party, other than as expressly set out in these Terms. The
Company does not warrant that the Trading Platform or any other technology or platform it provides: (i) is or will be
secure, accurate, complete, uninterrupted, without error, or free of viruses, worms, other harmful components, or other
limitations; (ii) meets your requirements, (iii) will provide results that are accurate or reliable; or (iv) will have errors
corrected.
(c) You acknowledge and agree that the Company provides you with technology, administrative and assessment services
only, and that the Services do not constitute the provision of financial products or financial services.
(d) You assume the entire cost of all necessary servicing, repair, or correction of problems caused by viruses or other harmful
components except to the extent directly caused by the Company’s gross negligence or willful misconduct.
(e) The Company is not responsible for delays in the transmission of Trade orders due to disruption, failure or malfunction of
communications facilities or infrastructure and it not liable for any claims, losses, damages, costs or expenses, including
legal or professional fees, to any person or entity arising other than as a direct result of the Company’s sole gross
negligence.
(f) The Company is permitted to limit the number of open Trading positions you may enter or The Company may refuse to
accept any Trade.
6. NO PARTNERSHIP OR EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP
The parties are independent contracting parties to each other. These Terms do not create or constitute a partnership, joint
venture, agency or employer/employee relationship between the parties, or allow a party to make any representation for the
other party or bind the other party to another duty or obligation.
7. ESTABLISHING YOUR ACCOUNT
7.1 Completion of Account Application Form
To establish your account, you must complete the Account Application Form on the Website and provide the Company with all
additional information requested (including providing relevant documents to enable the Company to complete required
identity verification and anti-money laundering checks).
7.2 Acceptance of application
The Company will complete all necessary internal controls once you submit your Account Application Form and, once
completed, will send to you a notice informing you whether or not your application to establish an Account has been
accepted.
7.3 Discretion to accept applications
The Company has full and complete discretion as to whether it accepts an Account Application Form or proceeds with
establishing or maintaining an Account.
7.4 Acknowledgement
You acknowledge and accept that the Company will rely on the accuracy, completeness and correctness of the information or
documents you provide in your Account Application Form and to otherwise establish the Account and warrant that you will
immediately notify the Company if the information or documents provided are modified or become inaccurate following a
change in your circumstances.
8. ACCESS FEE
8.1 Payment of Access Fee
On establishing your Account, you will be required to choose an Assessment Program and pay to the Company the relevant
Access Fee applicable to your chosen Assessment Program, in full and before you are given access to the Trading Platform. The
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Access Fee is a non-refundable fee once your Assessment Period starts except where expressly required by law.
8.2 Voluntary payment of Access Fee
By submitting an Account Application Form, you expressly authorise and consent to the Company establishing your Account
and that you will receive and use the Services voluntarily and without any coercion from any other party. You agree that any
Access Fee you pay to the Company is done voluntary in accordance with your selected Assessment Program. You must not
submit a chargeback in relation to the Access Fee on an unsubstantiated basis (this includes where you have started to receive
the Services or have otherwise started to use the Trading Platform in any way). The Company may present these Terms as
evidence to refute any chargeback in connection with the Access Fee and you will be liable for any costs the Company incurs
(including administrative and legal costs on a full indemnity basis) to refute an unsubstantiated chargeback or recover
amounts in connection with an unsubstantiated chargeback.
9. ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
9.1 Access to Trading Platform
Once the Company has received the Access Fee, you will be given access to the Trading Platform to start your Assessment
Program. Unless expressly agreed by the Company or communicated to you otherwise, your Assessment Criteria (including
the Assessment Period) is that which corresponds to your Assessment Program in the Schedule of Assessment Programs &
Fees.
9.2 Assessment Period Restarts
You will not be entitled to restart the Assessment Period once it starts. The Company may at its sole discretion allow for an
Assessment Period to restart if provided with compelling reasons to do so by you or some other person. The Company is not
obliged to permit a restart of an Assessment Period other than as may be required by law.
9.3 Change of Assessment Program
You may only change Assessment Programs if it is agreed by the Company. You may be required to pay to the Company
additional amounts to cover differences in Access Fees or administrative fees associated with implementing such changes for
you. The Company has sole discretion in deciding whether or not to allow you to change to another Assessment Program or
reject a request for the same.
9.4 Live demonstration
You may be asked to give the Company a "live” or “real-time” demonstration of your Trading activities during the Assessment
Period, by video conference or in-person.
10. COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
To successfully complete your chosen Assessment Program, your Trading Performance must satisfy the Assessment Criteria
relevant to you and your chosen Assessment Program. You will be advised by the Company at the end of your Assessment
Period if you have satisfied the Assessment Criteria.
11. FUNDED TRADER
11.1 Offer to become a Funded Trader
If you satisfy the Assessment Criteria or the Company considers your Trading skills to be proficient and of high standards, the
Company may (at its sole discretion) offer you a position as a Funded Trader. The Company may use other information
available to it to assess your suitability to become a Funded Trader (including demonstrated trading history and expertise). An
offer to become a Funded Trader is not guaranteed. Paying an Access Fee and participating in an Assessment Program
(successfully or otherwise) does not oblige the Company to make you an offer to become a Funded Trader.
11.2 Accept or reject offer
You may accept or reject the Company’s offer to you of a role as a Funded Trader. To accept the offer, you must sign an
Independent Contract Agreement that the Company will provide you. To decline the offer you may advise the Company
accordingly. If the Company does not receive your response to the offer within 30 days of making the offer to you, this will be
deemed as a rejection of the offer.
11.3 Additional information
You may be required to provide further or additional information (including identification, criminal history and bankruptcy
checks and bank account information) before you can be onboarded as a Funded Trader.
11.4 Independent Contractor
A Funded Trader is engaged by the Company as an independent contractor only and is not as an employee, partner or agent
of the Company.
11.5 Bankroll
As a Funded Trader, you will be allocated a Bankroll and you will construct and place Trades with the aim of making Notional
Net Profit and adding to your allocated Bankroll.
11.6 Trader Payments
For each Trading Period in which you satisfy the relevant Funded Trader Criteria, you will receive a Trader Payment for that
relevant Trading Period. Any Trader Payments you are entitled to will be paid to you in US Dollars (or equivalent in another
currency if agreed to by the Company) and to a bank account nominated by you.
12. PERMITTED USE & RESTRICTIONS
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12.1 Permitted Use
(a) You must only use the Services for the Permitted Use and must not use the Services to contravene the Restrictions or
allow someone else to contravene the Restrictions.
(b) You warrant that you are and will remain at all relevant times, permitted, authorised or licensed (to the extent necessary
including under any law or regulatory requirement) to conduct the activities contemplated by the Permitted Use or the
Services.
(c) You must comply with all relevant laws, regulations or other requirements of competent authorities when engaging in any
activities contemplated by the Permitted Use and the Services.
(d) The Company is not liable for any loss, cost or liability arising in connection with a breach of this clause by you and you
indemnify the Company against any loss, cost or liability you incur arising out of or in connection with such breach.
12.2 Restrictions
You must not:
(a) allow or enable another person or third party to view, access or use your Account or the Trading Platform without our
express permission;
(b) amend, modify or alter any part of the Trading Platform or Services without the Company’s prior written consent;
(c) use the Trading Platform, or allow it to be used, engaged in, support or facilitate directly or indirectly any illegal, unethical,
unconscionable or fraudulent activities. This includes activities associated with contravening anti money laundering and
counter terrorism financing laws of any country;
(d) use the Services in contravention or violation of any laws or any third party’s personal or proprietary rights (including
Intellectual Property Rights);
(e) take any actions (including using any software or applications) to scrape, crawl, frame/iFrame, post unauthorised links to,
aggregate, hack, perform denial of service (DOS) attacks on, reverse engineer, or circumvent technological protection
measures of the Services, the Trading Platform or Website;
(f) use the Services or Trading Platform to transmit unsolicited commercial communications to third parties;
(g) use any trading strategy that is expressly prohibited by the Company, including Trading in a way that:
(i) exploits errors or latency in pricing and/or platform(s) provided by, or on behalf of, the Company;
(ii) uses non-public and/or insider information;
(iii) facilitates or supports front-running Trades placed elsewhere;
(iv) undermines the relationship the Company may have with a service provider (including a broker) or which could result
in cancellation of live trades placed by the Company;
(v) creates regulatory issues for the Company or a service provider (including a broker);
12.3 Contraventions
If the Company determines you have contravened this clause 12 then the Company may immediately and without notice to
you terminate or suspend your Account and/or use of the Services and you will forfeit any fees or payments you are entitled
to under these Terms. You will not be eligible to become or remain a Funded Trader if your Trading activities contravene the
Restrictions of this clause 12.2 and you agree the Company may review your Trading activities at any time to determine if such
contraventions have occurred.
13. TAXES OR OTHER STATUTORY OR REGULATORY COSTS
(a) All fees quoted as part of these Terms will be exclusive of tax, unless expressly stated otherwise.
(b) You are solely responsible for paying all relevant taxes or other statutory or regulatory fees or costs in connection with
your use of the Services, including any applicable sale, use, goods and services, value added, withholding or similar taxes
and penalties or interest in connection with the same.
(c) If the Company is required to withhold or deduct any such amounts described in paragraph (b) above from the Trader
Payment, the Company is entitled to recover such withheld or deducted amounts from you in addition and as a debt
immediately due and payable.
14. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
14.1 Ownership of intellectual property
The parties acknowledge and agree that the Company wholly owns all legal ownership and Intellectual Property Rights to any
technology, applications, products, systems, and documents that are provided to you in connection with these Terms,
including the Trading Platform, the Website, the Account and any other part of the Services.
14.2 Assignment of Intellectual Property Rights
If required to effect the Company’s ownership and control of any Intellectual Property Rights described in clause 14.1, you
must procure the effective assignment of any such rights.
14.3 Indemnity
You indemnify the Company against all liabilities incurred by the Company arising out of or in connection with any
infringement of Intellectual Property Rights by you or any failure by it to effectively assign Intellectual Property Rights to the
Company under clause 14.2.
15. CONFIDENTIALITY
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15.1 Use of Confidential Information
A party (receiving party) who receives Confidential Information from the other party (disclosing party) must only use the
Confidential Information for the purpose of exercising its rights and performing its obligations under these Terms. All
Confidential Information received by a receiving party must, to the extent practicable, be kept separate from the other
documents and records of the receiving party.
15.2 Prohibited disclosure and use
Except to the extent necessary to comply with clause 15.1, or as otherwise permitted by clause 15.3, a receiving party must
not:
(a) use or disclose the Confidential Information received from the disclosing party in an unauthorised way, or allow or make it
possible for a third party to view or use such Confidential Information;
(b) copy, reduce to writing or record the Confidential Information (and any such copies, reductions to writing and records are
deemed to be the disclosing party’s property); or
(c) use, reproduce, transform, or store the Confidential Information in an externally accessible computer or electronic
information retrieval system or transmit it in any way outside of its usual place(s) of business.
15.3 Permitted disclosure
Notwithstanding clause 15.2, a receiving party may disclose the other party’s Confidential Information:
(a) with the disclosing party’s prior written consent;
(b) to its employees, officers, representatives, contractors, or advisers who need to know such information for the purposes
of exercising the party's rights or carrying out its obligations under or in connection with the Services and these Terms. A
receiving party must ensure such employees, officers, representatives, contractors or advisers to whom it discloses
Confidential Information complies with this clause 15 (and a receiving party remains wholly responsible for any breach of
this clause 15 in relation to any Confidential Information received by its personnel); and
(c) as required by law, a court of competent jurisdiction or any regulatory authority.
15.4 Return of Confidential Information
(a) If requested by a disclosing party, a receiving party must as soon as reasonably practicable:
(i) destroy or return to the disclosing party all Confidential Information of the disclosing party;
(ii) erase all the disclosing party’s Confidential Information from its computer systems or which is stored in electronic
form (to the extent possible); and
(iii) provide written confirmation that it has complied with the requirements of this clause,
(iv) however, a receiving party may retain the disclosing party’s Confidential Information to the extent required to comply
with law or any applicable governmental or regulatory authority’s directions or reasonable to evidence the receiving
party’s performance of obligations under these Terms.
(b) If the receiving party develops or uses a product or a process which, in the reasonable opinion of the disclosing party,
might have involved the use of any of the disclosing party’s Confidential Information, the receiving party must, at the
disclosing party’s request, give to the disclosing party information reasonably necessary to establish that the disclosing
party's Confidential Information has not been used or disclosed.
16. PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION
(a) The Company may collect information directly from you (including from your Account) or from other persons including,
for example, credit reference agencies, fraud prevention agencies and the providers of public registers.
(b) The Company will use, store, process and handle any personal information provided by you (for natural persons) in
connection with the Services and in accordance with its Privacy Policy.
(c) The Company may disclose personal information to its related entities or business partners for the purposes of, and in
connection with, facilitating an assignment, transfer, or novation.
(d) The Company will treat any information about you it holds as Confidential Information, and such information will be used
solely for providing the Services.
(e) The Company may disclose your information including recordings and documents of a private nature:
(i) if required by the governing law or a competent court;
(ii) if requested by a regulatory body or authority that has control or jurisdiction over the Company or you (or your
related parties or associates);
(iii) if required by relevant authorities to investigate or prevent fraud, money laundering or any other illegal activity;
(iv) if necessary to enable the Company to defend or exercise its legal rights;
(v) to the Company's professional advisors provided such advisers are duly informed of the confidential nature of such
information and commit to the same confidentiality obligations set out in these Terms;
(vi) to credit reference and fraud prevention agencies and other financial institutions for credit checking, fraud
prevention, anti-money laundering purposes, identification, or due diligence;
(vii) at your request or with your written consent.
(f) Telephone conversations between you and the Company may be recorded for compliance monitoring and quality control
and such recordings will be the Company’s sole property. You agree such recordings will be evidence to support any
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orders, instructions, and activities made by you.
(g) You agree that the Company may directly contact you by any communication method.
(h) The Company will keep records containing your personal data, trading information, account opening documents,
communications, and anything else which relates to you, for at least five years after termination or expiry of these Terms
(or such other period as required by law).
17. INDEMNITY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
(a) Each party (as an indemnifying party) indemnifies the other party (indemnified party) against any claim or liability
(including reasonable legal costs on a solicitor-client basis) arising from damage or loss (including any infringement of
Intellectual Property Rights and breaches of confidentiality), personal injury, or death to the extent caused or contributed
to by the indemnifying party’s willful or negligent act or omission or breach of these Terms. An indemnifying party’s
liability under this clause 17 is reduced proportionately to the extent such damage, loss, personal injury or death has
been caused or contributed by the indemnified party’s acts or omissions.
(b) Nothing in these Terms limits or excludes an indemnifying party's liability:
(i) for death or personal injury caused by its negligence, or that of its employees, agents, or sub-contractors;
(ii) for an illegal act, fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; or
(iii) for any other act, omission, or liability that cannot be limited or excluded by law.
(c) Neither party is liable to the other party, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, under
these Terms or otherwise, for any loss of profit, loss of opportunity or economic loss or for any indirect or consequential
loss.
(d) The Company is not liable for any loss, damage, expense, or liability incurred by you in relation to, or directly or indirectly
arising from or in connection with:
(i) any error or failure in the operation of any electronic system or network infrastructure (including in relation to
Trading Platform);
(ii) any delay within or caused by the Trading Platform;
(iii) transactions made via the Trading Platform;
(iv) the acts, omissions, or negligence of any third-party;
(v) any person obtaining your access codes or log-in information (from a party other than the Company);
(vi) an activity contemplated by the Permitted Use; or
(vii) unauthorised third persons having access to information, including electronic addresses, electronic communication,
personal data, and access codes or log-in information when the above are transmitted between the parties or any
other party, using the internet or other network communication facilities, post, telephone, or any other electronic
means.
18. TERMINATION OR DISCONTINUED USE OF THE SERVICES
18.1 Voluntary discontinuation of use
(a) You may stop using the Services at any time you decide. You must notify us as soon as practicable following your decision
to stop using the Services.
(b) If you do not use or access your Account or the Trading Platform for 6 consecutive months, the Company may deem this
as your notification to the Company that you have decided to stop using the Services.
(c) On notification of your discontinuation of use of the Services, the Company will close or restrict access to your Account
and Trading Platform.
(d) Subject to paragraph (e) below, you will not be entitled to receive payment of any sums or to receive any refund of the
Access Fee.
(e) If you have been onboarded as a Funded Trader, you will receive any remaining Trader Payments you are entitled to
(before your discontinued use of the Services and subject to clause 13).
18.2 Termination without cause by the Company
The Company may terminate your use of the Services for any reason and without cause by giving you 30 days written notice.
18.3 Termination for cause
(a) A party may terminate these Terms if the other party fails to remedy a breach of any clause of these Terms within 14 days
of receiving written notification of the breach.
(b) A party may terminate these Terms immediately without notice to the other party if the other party commits a material
breach of these Terms. A material breach includes:
(i) a party becoming bankrupt, making an assignment for the benefit of its creditors, entering into an arrangement
with its creditors, or becoming unable to pay its debts when they fall due; or
(ii) a party resolving to wind up or is subject to an order to be wound up, goes into liquidation, being placed under
official management, having a receiver, manager or administrator appointed; or
(iii) if you breach a Restriction or use the Services in contravention with the Permitted Use.
(c) The Company may terminate these Terms immediately and without notice to you under clause 12.3.
18.4 Suspension in lieu
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The Company may elect to suspend your access to the Services rather than terminate these Terms if it considers it more
appropriate to do so (for example, if further inquiries or investigative activities need to be completed to determine if there
has been a breach of these Terms or misuse of the Services). The length of any such suspension will be determined by the
Company at its sole discretion acting reasonably.
18.5 Consequences of termination
(a) On termination or expiry of these Terms:
(i) your access to the Services will be restricted and/or cancelled;
(ii) each party must as soon as reasonably practicable deliver to each other party (or if directed to do so, delete or
destroy) any Confidential Information, data, personal information or other property of the other party that is in its
possession or control. To comply with this paragraph, you must return to the Company all information, including
access codes and passwords in its possession, to the Services and the Trading Platform.
(b) Except as expressly contemplated by clause 12.3, termination or expiry of these Terms does not prejudice the rights or
obligations of a party accrued before termination or expiry, including in relation to payment of Access Fees or Trader
Payments whether invoiced or not at termination or expiry of these Terms.
18.6 Survival
A clause that is expressed to, or by its nature is intended to, survive termination or expiry, including clauses 4 (Residency
Acknowledgement & Disclaimer), 6 (No Partnership or Employee Relationship), 13 (Taxes or Other Statutory or Regulatory
Costs), 14 (Intellectual Property), 15 (Confidentiality), 16 (Privacy and Data Protection), 17 (Indemnity and Limitation of
Liability), 18.5 (Consequences of Termination), 18.6 (Survival), 21 (Notices) and 22 (Dispute Resolution), survives termination
or expiry of these Terms.
19. FORCE MAJEURE
The Company is not liable to you or any other person for any claims, losses, damages, costs or expenses, including legal or
professional fees, caused, directly or indirectly, by any events, actions or omissions not within the Company’s reasonable
control including those resulting from civil unrest, war, insurrection, international intervention, actions of a government or
regulatory body (including, without limitation,
exchange controls, forfeitures, nationalisations, devaluations), natural disasters, acts of God, market
conditions, inability to communicate with any relevant person or any delay, disruption, failure or
malfunction of any transmission or communication system or computer facility, whether belonging to you, the Company or a
third-party or other service provider.
20. WARRANTIES REGARDING CAPACITY AND STATUS
20.1 Warranties regarding capacity
Each party represents to the other party that each of the following statements is true and accurate upon the commencement
of these Terms:
(a) it validly exists under the laws of its place of incorporation;
(b) it has the power to enter into and perform its obligations under these Terms and to carry out the transactions
contemplated by these Terms;
(c) it has taken all necessary action to authorise its agreement and performance of these Terms and to carry out the
transactions contemplated by these Terms;
(d) its obligations under these Terms are valid and binding and enforceable against it; and
(e) all warranties contained in this clause 20 are true and correct and will remain to be true and correct while you use the
Services.
20.2 If you are a trustee
If you establish your Account as the trustee of a trust (Relevant Trust), then you warrant to the Company that on establish of
your Account:
(a) you are and continue to be the sole trustee of the Relevant Trust and are not in breach of any fiduciary duty in respect of
the Relevant Trust;
(b) the Relevant Trust has been validly settled and has not terminated or vested and no action has been taken to or proposed
to remove you as trustee or to terminate the Relevant Trust;
(c) you have a right to be fully indemnified out of the assets of the Relevant Trust and the Relevant Trust fund is sufficient to
satisfy such indemnity right and all other obligations you have as the trustee indemnified under these Terms;
(d) you have full power and unfettered authority to enter into these Terms and discharge your obligations under these Terms
and to observe and perform all of your obligations under these Terms;
(e) you agree to these Terms in due and proper administration of the Relevant Trust and for the benefit of the beneficiaries of
the Relevant Trust and without a conflict of interest or duty or breach of trust;
(f) these Terms are legal, valid and binding on you which, subject only to the discretion of the courts not to grant relief by
way of injunction, specific performance or declaration and laws relating to creditors’ rights generally, are enforceable
against you.
20.3 Restrictions if you are a trustee
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In your capacity as trustee of the Relevant Trust you must not without the Company’s prior written consent permit any of the
following:
(a) variation, replacement or limitation of the terms of any document constituting the Relevant Trust;
(b) your removal as trustee of the Relevant Trust or the appointment of another party as trustee whether solely or jointly
with others;
(c) for any distribution, transfer or setting aside of any part of the income or capital of the Relevant Trust.
21. NOTICES
Any notice, demand, consent or other communication (Notice) given or made under these Terms must be in writing, in English
and signed by a person duly authorised by the sender and delivered to the registered address of the Company or an address
notified by you to the Company in any correspondence (as the case may be). This includes any notice, demand, consent or
other communication made by electronic forms of communication (such as email).
22. DISPUTE RESOLUTION
22.1 Good faith negotiation
If a dispute arises out of or in connection with these Terms (except for an urgent matter that may require urgent relief), the
parties agree to act in good faith to resolve the dispute by ensuring discussions between them are conducted before any
further action is taken on the dispute.
22.2 Arbitration
At any time following a dispute arising and whether the parties have relied on clause 22.1 or not, the dispute may be referred
to and finally resolved by arbitration under the London Court of International Arbitration Rules (LCIA Rules), which are
deemed to be incorporated by reference into this clause, and:
(a) the number of arbitrators will be one;
(b) the seat of the arbitration will be London, England; and
(c) the language of the arbitration will be English.
22.3 Injunctive relief
This clause 22 does not prejudice any party’s right to seek injunctive relief from a court of competent authority where failure
to obtain such relief would cause irreparable damage to the party concerned. The dispute resolution procedures in this clause
22 do not apply to impair, delay or otherwise prejudice the exercise by a party of its rights provided in these Terms (including
any right of termination).
23. GENERAL
23.1 Severability
If any part of these Terms does not comply with any law, then the offending part must be read down to give it as much effect
as possible. If it is not possible to give the provision any effect at all, then it must be severed from the rest of these Terms.
23.2 No waiver
A single or partial exercise or waiver of a right relating to these Terms does not prevent any other exercise of that right or the
exercise of any other right. A party is not liable for any loss, cost or expense of any other party caused or contributed to by any
waiver, exercise, attempted exercise or failure to exercise, or any delay in the exercise of, a right.
23.3 Variations
Other than as expressly contemplated by another provision of these Terms, a variation or amendment to these Terms is not
binding unless agreed by the parties in writing.
23.4 Assignment
You must not assign, novate, transfer or otherwise deal with its rights and obligations under these terms without the
Company’s prior written consent. The Company may assign, novate, transfer or otherwise deal with its rights and obligations
under these terms without notice to you to effect any corporate re-structuring activities or a sale or transfer of its business to
a third party.
23.5 Entire agreement
These Terms form the entire agreement between the parties and supersede all other communications, negotiations,
arrangements and agreements, whether verbal or written, between the parties in respect of the subject of these Terms.
23.6 Governing law
These Terms are governed by the laws of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and each party irrevocably and unconditionally
submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Schedule of Assessment

Application of Terms and Conditions The provisions of this Schedule are subject to, and form part of, the Terms and Conditions – Technology Access and Trader Assessment Program (Terms) as provided and agreed to by you on establishment of your Account. Unless expressly stated otherwise, the provisions of this Schedule prevail in the event of any discrepancy between them and the Terms. Available Assessment Programs

Standard 1 Step

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Standard 2 Step

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Standard 3 Step

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The Six Six Challenge

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Additional Notes:

  1. All dollar amounts above are in [US Dollars].

  2. Notional Net Profit means the notional value that can be attributed to the representative value of the net positions of your Trades for

    each Trading Period.

  3. The Assessment Period and Assessment Criteria may comprise either 1 or 2 parts. If it comprises 1 part, then you must satisfy the stated

    Assessment Criteria within the stated Assessment Period. If it comprises 2 parts, then you must satisfy the requirements of Phase 1 (Evaluation) to be eligible to proceed to Phase 2 (Verification) and you must satisfy the requirements of Phase 2 (Verification) to satisfy the Assessment Criteria for your selected Assessment Program.

  4. All Access Fees published in this Schedule of Assessment Programs and Fees are exclusive of relevant taxes or other statutory or regulatory costs. You are responsible for paying any such amounts and the Company may withhold or recover such amounts from you in accordance with clause 14.

  5. Hedging Between Accounts Definition: Using 2 different trading accounts to open opposing trades on the same instruments with the same lot size at the same time.

  6. Rules for withdrawals: The first withdrawal can only be requested after 30 days of being a live-funded trader. Following the first withdrawal, a subsequent withdrawal can be requested after another 15 days. Subsequent withdrawals can be requested bi-weekly.

  7. No and Yes: No means that the feature is not allowed under any circumstances. Yes, means that the feature is allowed, subject to certain conditions.

  8. Grid Trading Definition: Establishing multiple buy and sell orders, typically at equal intervals or "grid gaps" above and below the current market price. These orders are referred to as "grid levels." When the market price reaches a grid level, the corresponding buy or sell order is executed. The trader maintains these grid levels regardless of the direction of the market, aiming to profit from price oscillations within the defined range.

  9. Prohibit Trading Practices in the Funded Stage: Tick Scalping, High-Frequency trading, Latency Arbitrage, Account Management, Reverse Arbitrage, Grid Trading, Data Feed Manipulation, Use of Delayed Data Feed.

  10. The profit split is up to 85% of Notional Net Profit (after representative trading costs and carried-over representative losses, if any, are accounted for.

    Withdrawal Period: The first withdrawal can only be requested after 30 days of being a live-funded trader. Following the first withdrawal, subsequent withdrawals can be requested bi-weekly.

  11. Profit Cap: $15,000 profit cap on all accounts upon first withdrawal.

Residency Acknowledgement & Disclaimer

For the purposes of the Terms and Conditions and this Schedule, Restricted Territories include Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Myanmar, Russia (or the Crimea, Donetsk, or Luhansk regions of Ukraine), Somalia, Syria, and the United States.

Residency acknowledgment: Passport holders from a Restricted Territory can use our service if they are residents in non-restricted countries and have proof of resident visa.

Website

https://www.indigotraderfunding.com/

Amendments to this Schedule

This Schedule may be updated or amended in accordance with clause 3.1 of the Terms. For any updates or changes affecting Access Fees, Assessment Criteria, Funded Trader Criteria or Potential Trader Payments, you will be given 1 day prior written notice before they apply to you. Following notice of any such updates or amendments, you may elect to voluntarily stop using the Services at any time in accordance with clause 19.1.

Dated: 29/02/2024

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