performance bond

performance bond
A type of insurance purchased by a builder that protects both the bank and the owner by providing that the insurance company will be responsible for completing construction if the contractor fails to do so. American Banker Glossary
A surety bond between two parties, insuring one party against loss if the terms of a contract are not fulfilled. Usually part of a construction contract or supply agreement. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
The amount of money or collateral deposited by a client with his broker, or by a clearing firm with CME Clearing on open futures or options contracts before a customer can trade. The performance bond is not a part payment on a purchase.1. Initial performance bond is the total amount of margin per contract required by the broker when an account is opened, or when the equity in the account falls below CME Clearing minimum maintenance requirements.2. Maintenance performance bond is a sum which must be maintained on deposit at all times. If a customer's equity in any futures position falls below the maintenance level because of adverse price movement, the broker must issue a margin call to the minimum CME Clearing initial margin requirement to restore the customer's equity. Consult the Contract Specifications for margin requirements of specific contracts. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary

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performance bond UK US noun [C]
LAW CONTRACT BOND(Cf. ↑contract bond)

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