Your Organisation and/or Legal Entity Administrator can manage your firm's information directly from the skewHub. To do this, please log into your skew. account and access the skew. Hub by selecting “manage account” from the drop down menu on the top right of any page. In the skew. Hub, you will find a vertical tab listing the various pages you can access and manage on the left hand side of the screen.
To manage your Legal Entity’s trading information and personnel, click ‘Management’, as shown in the screenshot below, underneath the ‘Trading Entities’ tab.
skew. Hub > Trading > Trading Entity Management
This page allows you to set single order and daily order risk limits and set your default exchange attributes at a Trading Entity level. Risk limits and exchange attributes must be set prior to engaging in trading activity, but can be updated at later stages to reflect the changing needs of your team.
Risk limits are applied in a hierarchical manner. The limits set at the Trading Entity level will be applicable, on an aggregate basis, across all sub-accounts and authorised persons within your Trading Entity by default (see Sub-Account Management below for further discussion). Please take note of the following:
- Limits must be set within the default skew. limits, which will be automatically applicable when your trading account is first created.
- Users can be associated with one or more Legal Entities. User’s limits can vary between Legal Entities. Users cannot trade higher than either:
- The limits of the Legal Entity that they are trading on behalf of; or
- The limits of the Sub Account that they are trading into
- Daily limit are reset at midnight UTC.
- Please note, the trading limits that you have in place with your relevant exchange will not be affected by amending limits on skewTrading. This means that you will not be able to execute transactions exceeding the limits set by your CME FCM, or those that are in place on your Deribit account.
- Please contact your FCM directly, or login to your Deribit trading account, to manage the limits applicable by the exchange.
The ‘Attributes’ section relates to your exchange information. This includes your CME Clearing Account information, and Deribit API ID and Secret Keys.
If you have multiple clearing accounts with the CME, the account that is set at this level will be used as the default clearing account across all sub-accounts, however, this can be amended at the sub-account level. The information entered here must directly match your CME Account details. If you require confirmation of this information, please contact your FCM directly. Please refer to How to Connect to an Exchange for further information connecting to exchange accounts on a Trading Entity and sub-account level.