Risk Disclosure Agreement


About Us

ONEPRO INTERNATIONAL BROKERAGE DMCC (hereafter referred to as the “Company”) is a
limited liability company incorporated with Dubai Multi Centre under license number DMCC-30389
to conduct the business of ‘Trading in DGCX Contracts (DMCC)’. The Company is regulated and
licensed by the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) to conduct ‘To practice the activity of
Commodity Brokerage – Trading and General clearing’ under license number 607019. The registered
address of the Company is at Office 4005, Jumeirah Bay X2 Tower, Cluster X, JLT, Dubai and the
official website of the Company is www.oneprofutures.com.

Financial Services That We Provide

The Financial Services provided by the Company to the Clients are limited to Derivative Futures such
as commodities, precious metals and currencies.

High Risk Investments

Trading in Derivative Futures carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all
investors. The high degree of fluctuation can work against you as well as for you. Before
deciding to trade any such products you should carefully consider your investment objectives,
level of experience, and risk appetite.

Risk in Our Opinions

Any opinions, news, research, analyses, prices, or other information contained on this
website is provided as general market commentary, and does not constitute investment
We will not accept liability for any loss or damage, including without limitation to, any loss
of profit, which may arise directly or indirectly from use of or reliance on such information.

Electronic Trading & Operational Risks

Our services are provided over the internet, if you choose to transact with us in this way
there are several risks that could materialise. Operational risk, such as breakdowns or
malfunctioning of essential systems and controls, system errors and outages, maintenance
downtime periods, internet connectivity issues or failures of third parties (for example,
internet service providers or electricity companies) can impact on all financial products.
There are risks associated with utilizing an Internet-based deal execution trading system

including, but not limited to, the failure of hardware, software, and Internet connection.
Since Company does not control signal power, its reception or routing via Internet,
configuration of your equipment or reliability of its connection, we cannot be responsible
for communication failures, distortions or delays when trading via the Internet.
We employs back-up systems and servers as a contingency plans to minimize the
possibility of system failure and trading via telephone is available.

Accuracy Of Information Risk

The content on this website is subject to change at any time without notice and is provided
for the sole purpose of assisting traders to make independent investment decisions.
We have taken reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy of the information on the
website, however, does not guarantee its accuracy, and will not accept liability for any loss
or damage which may arise directly or indirectly from the content or your inability to
access the website, for any delay in or failure of the transmission or the receipt of any
instruction or notifications sent through this website.

Distribution Risk

Our website is not intended for distribution, or use by, any person in any country where
such distribution or use would be contrary to local law or regulation.
None of the financial services referred to in our website are available to persons residing
in any country where the provision of such services would be contrary to local law or
It is the responsibility of users of our website to ascertain the terms of and comply with
any local law or regulation to which they are subject.

Legal and Regulatory Risk

Returns on all, and particularly new, investments are at risk from regulatory or legal actions
and changes which can, amongst other issues, alter the profit potential of an investment.
Changes to related issues such as tax may also occur and could have a large impact on
profitability. Such risk is unpredictable and can depend on numerous political, economic
and other factors.
The type of laws and regulations with which investors are familiar may not exist in some

places, and where they do, may be subject to inconsistent or arbitrary application or
interpretation and may be changed with retroactive effect. Both the independence of
judicial systems and their immunity from economic, political or nationalistic influences
remain largely untested in many countries.
You should familiarise yourself with the protections accorded to you (if any) in respect of
money you deposit for domestic and foreign transactions, particularly in the event of a firm
insolvency or bankruptcy. The extent to which you may recover your money or property
may be governed by specific legislation or local rules. In some jurisdictions, property,
which had been specifically identifiable as your own, will be pro-rated in the same manner
as cash for purposes of distribution in the event of a shortfall.

Political Risk

An unstable political environment can have a significant effect on a country’s financial
stability. Many emerging market countries experience rapid and significant changes in
their political environment on a regular basis. Such changes may be due to social, ethnic,
or religious strife, often coupled with periods of social unrest. They often result in dramatic
changes in governmental policy (including changes in exchange controls and market
regulation). The consequences of such instability may make it difficult for investors or
their counterparties to predict the effect of such changes on transactions which they enter

Market & Online Trading Risk

The trading platform provides by us is highly sophisticated for order entry and tracking of
orders. ONEPRO International will make best efforts to fill your trade at the price
requested. However, trading on-line, no matter how convenient or efficient does not
necessarily reduce risks associated with currency trading. All quotes and trades are subject
to the terms and conditions of the DGCX By-Laws.

Risk of Insolvency

In case we become insolvent or otherwise default, it may lead to your positions being
liquidated or closed-out through DGCX. Money that we hold on your behalf will be held
in a segregated client money bank account separate from our own money, although this
may not provide complete protection, for example if the bank we used to hold your money
becomes insolvent.

Slippage Risk

We cannot guarantee that the price at which you request us to execute an order will be the
same as the actual price at which your order is filled. Technical conditions (for example,
the transfer rate of data networks or the quality of your internet connection, as well as rapid
market fluctuations) may lead to a change in the applicable price between the time the
order is placed by you and the time the relevant order is received by us or the order is
executed by our platform. Such changes to the applicable price are due to fluctuations in
the financial markets rather than on arbitrary interventions made by us. If such changes
occur resulting in a change of price which is worse than the quoted price, DGCX reserve
the right to reject the transaction.

Volatility Risk

Prices may fluctuate rapidly which can have a direct impact on your open positions.
Sometimes “gapping” will occur when prices move suddenly from one level to another.
There may be several events that cause gapping, such as economic data releases, natural
disasters or major global political events.
Gapping can happen when markets are closed, meaning that the opening price of an
instrument may be considerably different to the closing price. This can have a direct impact
on your profit or loss.

Liquidity Risk

Markets are known as illiquid when instruments are impossible to buy/sell or can only be
bought/sold with difficulty or it is not possible to initiate a transaction or liquidate a
position at an advantageous price. Market conditions in any underlying instrument may
vary and this will affect the size, price and spread of the instruments that we offer to you.
Therefore, the terms at which you can close a contract may be different from the terms
available when you opened the contract.
The liquidity of an instrument is directly affected by the supply and demand for that
instrument and also indirectly by other factors, including market disruptions (for example
a disruption on the DGCX) or infrastructure issues, such as a lack of sophistication or
disruption in the securities settlement process. Under certain trading conditions it may be
difficult or impossible to liquidate or acquire a position. This may occur, for example, at
times of rapid price movement if the price rises or falls to such an extent that under the
rules of the relevant exchange trading is suspended or restricted.
Placing a stop-loss order will not necessarily limit your losses to intended amounts and
market conditions may make it impossible to execute such an order at the stipulated price.

Currency Risk

A movement in exchange rates may have a favourable or an unfavourable effect on the gain or
loss achieved in respect of any foreign exchange transactions and transactions in derivatives
and securities that are denominated in a currency other than your account currency.
The weakening of a country’s currency relative to a benchmark currency or the currency of
your portfolio will negatively affect the value of an investment denominated in that currency.
Currency valuations are linked to a host of economic, social and political factors and can
fluctuate greatly, even during intra-day trading. Some countries have foreign exchange controls
which may include the suspension of the ability to exchange or transfer currency, or the
devaluation of the currency. Whilst it may be possible to hedge against these risks, they cannot
be completely eradicated.

Interest Rate Risk

Interest rates can rise as well as fall. A risk with interest rates is that the relative value of an
asset or security will worsen due to an interest rate increase.

Commodity Risk

The prices of commodities may be volatile, and, for example, may fluctuate substantially if
natural disasters or catastrophes, such as hurricanes, fires or earthquakes, affect the supply or
production of such commodities. The prices of commodities may also fluctuate substantially if
conflict or war affects the supply or production of such commodities. If any interest and/or the
redemption amount payable in respect of any product is linked to the price of a commodity,
any change in the price of such commodity may result in the reduction of the amount of interest
and/or the redemption amount payable. The reduction in the amount payable on the redemption
of an investment may result, in some cases, in you receiving a smaller sum on redemption of a
product than the amount originally invested in such product