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What is the manager's capital, and how do I change it?

The manager's capital is the manager's own investment in his PAMM Account and is a guarantee that the manager and the investors have the same interests.

Example: if the amount of capital in the account is 10,000 USD, of which 3,000 USD belongs to the manager, then the manager has 10,000 USD to trade with and there is 7,000 USD which can be withdrawn. The manager's capital is the guarantee that the manager acts in the interests of the investors.

When the PAMM Account is being created, the manager injects his own capital which can be increased at a later date, but never decreased.

To change the manager's capital on your PAMM Account:

  • Log in to myAlpari.
  • From "My Accounts", select "PAMM Accounts".
  • Select your PAMM Account investment account.
  • In the window that pops up, click "Change Manager's Capital".
  • Enter the value you wish to set as the manager's capital. Read and agree to the terms and conditions of changing the manager's capital and click "Change".


The manager can only return their capital through liquidating the PAMM Account.

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