CBB Volume 1: Contents

Central Bank of Bahrain Volume 1—Conventional Banks
Part A
Business Standards
BC Business and Market Conduct
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The minimum information that should be included in periodic statements, where the relationship includes contingent liability investment transactions, includes:

(a) The aggregate of money transferred into and out of the portfolio during the valuation period;
(b) In relation to each open position in the account at the end of the account period, the unrealised profit or loss to the customerG (before deducting or adding any commission which would be payable on closing out);
(c) In relation to each transaction executed during the account period to close out a customerG ’s position, the resulting profit or loss to the customerG after deducting or adding any commission;
(d) The aggregate of each of the following in, or relating to, the customerG ’s portfolio at the close of business on the valuation date:
(i) Cash;
(ii) Collateral value;
(iii) Management fees; and
(iv) Commissions;
(e) OptionG account valuations in respect of each open optionG contained in the account on the valuation date stating:
(i) The shareG , or futureG or other financial instrumentG involved;
(ii) The trade price and date for the opening transaction, unless the valuation statement follows the statement for the period in which the optionG was opened;
(iii) The market price of the contract; and
(iv) The exercise price of the contract.

Added: April 2008
(1 Version)
Apr 1 2008 onwards
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