This section enables intermediaries to have a brief insight of:
- Trading and Orders;
The ATFund Rules disciplines the participation criteria of the intermediaries in the markets, defining how they can directly access in the trading activity and the minimum requirements.
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b) Trading and Orders
ATFund market trading hours take place from 8:00 am to 11:00 am (Auction).
Appointed Intermediaries are required to enter named orders and to cover the difference between between buy and sell quantity orders, during the last five minutes (10:55 to 11:00 am).
During trading hours only market orders are allowed - Good Till Day (GTD)expressed in quantity, i.e. number of share/unit only.
Trading platform shall show automatically a “conventional” price of €1. All orders entered with a price will be automatically rejected.
The buy and sell orders, entered by all market participants, shall be automatically ranked on the book according to the entry time priority, The time priority shall be lost if any order modification will apply, including the simply variation inquantity.
Issuer shall send the Net Asset value (NAV) – in Euro currency – for the relevant open-end funds by 5:00 pm of the day following the trading day (T+1)
Trading shall take place only on days when the issuer is required to calculate the Net Asset Value (NAV) of the quote/share.
Contracts shall be concluded at the Net Asset Value (NAV) of the quote/share of the open-end funds on the day of trading (T) and notified by the issuer on the day after (T+1)
All contracts on the ATFund market are settled by Monte Titoli, the Italian Central Securities Depositary (CSD) for Borsa Italiana markets, and they are not cleared by any Central Counterparty (CCP) System.