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TS Imperial also working with derivatives. Derivatives are financial contracts, or financial instruments, whose values are derived from the value of an underlying asset. The underlying asset on which derivatives are based can be commodities, equities (stocks), residential mortgages, commercial real estate loans, bonds, interest rates, exchange rates, or indices (such as a stock market index, consumer price index (CPI) — see inflation derivatives — or even an index of weather conditions, or other derivatives). Credit derivatives are based on loans, bonds or other forms of credit.
The main types of derivatives are futures, forwards, options and swaps.
Derivatives are usually used to reduce risk that the value of the underlying asset will change unexpectedly.
Because the value of a derivative is contingent on the value of the underlying asset, the notional value of derivatives is recorded off the balance sheet of an institution, although the market value of derivatives is recorded on the balance sheet.
To best service our clients TS Imperial banking has a service retainer policy in regards to all new and potential clients. The purpose of the Service Retainer Agreement is to establish a relationship between our Institution and the new client. There is also a minimal retainer to cover the initial expenses we incur for the benefit of the client. The minimal retainer is fully credited to your account upon a successful transaction. Please pay special attention to the section of default which clearly defines the reasons for a forfeiture of the retainer. This section should be reviewed so you clearly understand the importance of performance. After review please submit the Service Retainer Agreement with the required retainer if you wish to proceed with our services. As always TS Imperial is standing by to service your needs.
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