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3.3.31 Prohibition Against General Trading Member Acting as Guarantor

Unless approved by the Exchange, a General Trading Member that holds a licence to engage in a Regulated Activity and its Foreign Branches shall not act as guarantors or furnish a guarantee for the benefit of any Person, including a Related Corporation of such Member. For the avoidance of doubt, this prohibition does not apply to a Clearing Member's obligation to guarantee all trades to the Clearing House.

A General Trading Member that holds a licence specified in Rule 2.4.1(b) shall notify the Exchange immediately if it acts as guarantors or furnish a guarantee for the benefit of any Person, including a Related Corporation of such Member and such activity has or may have a financial or capital impact on the Trading Member and required to be reported to the Relevant Regulatory Authority.

Amended on 25 August 200925 August 2009 and 1 April 20141 April 2014.