Hello and welcome. Thank you for your follow up reply.
YES -- You are correct. Let me explain more on this.
Whether only YOU are contractually bound with the private account policy will grossly depend upon the language used in that agreement.
My previous reply was solely besed on the belief that it is YOU as an individual and as a person has signed and contractually bound.
However, if your agreement mentions that definition of "YOU" will include your related entities, i.e. your ltd company and its officials and your immediate relatives which means your wife as well, then any trade executed in your ltd company account even by your wife will fall under this purview.
So, the language used will be very much important to decide the situation.
Further to this, YES, in the present situation, if the contract is between your ltd company and the financial company then DEFINITELY, the account of the ltd company will fall under the purview of the private account policy.
Furthermore, YES -- there are many ways to find out that your ltd company has a trading account in its name. So better disclose and do not resort to consealment of any material information. It will do more harm than good.
I am sure this would help.
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