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  • 7.16 Reports of Large Positions

    • 7.16.1

      Clearing Members shall submit to the Clearing House a daily report of Customers' Accounts and House Accounts, with details of such large positions in relation to such contracts as the Clearing House may prescribe (whether assumed or entered into on any Relevant Market or elsewhere). Such daily reports shall be submitted to the Clearing House by such time and/or in such manner as may be prescribed by the Clearing House.

      Such report shall be in such form as the Clearing House may prescribe from time to time and shall include but not be limited to the account numbers and the number of open contracts in each month for a Commodity and, in the case of options, in each expiration month for a put or call option, in which any person owns or controls open positions in a single Contract Month or contract month or Delivery Month of any Commodity that equals or exceeds the reporting level for such Commodity or option prescribed from time to time by the Clearing House.

      Amended on 22 September 2006 and 7 December 2010.

    • 7.16.2

      The Clearing House shall be entitled to require reports from one or more Clearing Members in relation to any contract even if the number of positions (whether assumed or entered into on any Relevant Market or elsewhere) owned or controlled is below the reporting level presently prescribed by the Clearing House.

      Amended on 7 December 2010.

    • 7.16.3

      Subject to Rule 7.16.4 below, Clearing Members shall identify the owner and any controlling parties for any account or ensure that such information is made available directly to the Clearing House within such time as the Clearing House may prescribe.

      Amended on 27 March 2006.

    • 7.16.4

      Upon request of the Clearing House, Clearing Members shall obtain the information required by this Rule regarding the ownership and control of positions (whether assumed or entered into on any Relevant Market or elsewhere) within any Omnibus Account and any Sub-Account of any Omnibus Account. Provided that if the Omnibus Account Holder does not want the identity of any Sub-Account holder (save for a Cleared Swaps Customer, whose identity must always be disclosed) to be disclosed to its carrying Clearing Member, the Omnibus Account Holder may apply to the Clearing House for a special identification for the Sub-Account thereof for reporting positions (whether assumed or entered into on any Relevant Market or elsewhere) covered within this Rule through its carrying Clearing Member.

      Amended on 31 December 2013.

    • 7.16.5

      Violation of this Rule may constitute a major offence.

    • 7.16.6

      The Clearing House shall be entitled to disclose the contents of any reports made under this Rule to the Exchange or to any other Relevant Market or its clearing house in so far as such information relates to Contracts traded on the Relevant Market.

      Amended on 1 October 2009.