Additional purchasing power

Extra purchasing power means that you can submit an order even if you do not have enough money in your account at the time. 

In order to avoid your account being overdrawn, you must ensure that there is enough cover in your account at the time of debiting. The payment for a European stock exchange transaction is debited two (t+2) banking days and that of corresponding US transaction after three (t+3) banking days after the trade. A rule of the thumb is that the money should be in the account in the evening preceding the debiting.

The Investor’s service includes 20,000 euros of extra purchasing power and the Trader's service 30,000 euros. The Saver’s service includes no extra purchasing power. The extra purchasing power is applied to stock exchange trading, but not however, when the security in question is a certificate, a warrant or a turbo warrant.