That’s an excellent question – – thank you.  The compliance departments look to see: That a candidate can show verifiable proof of the sufficient minimum cash required in USD or EUR, or a currency instantly convertible to USD or EUR;

That such capital is shown to be solely owned or controlled by the individual signatory signing on the trade contract;

That such signatory’s KYC checks out as authentic;

That this signatory is not blacklisted in the BIIP industry.  Blacklisting happens when a client breaks a previous contract and pulls out prematurely.

That this signatory’s funds are clean, clear, of non-criminal origin;

If it is a tear sheet program, that the funds are in an acceptable bank (see;

That the prospective client is polite and respectfully cooperates with the intake procedures; and

That the prospective client doesn’t demonstrate a “prove it to me” attitude.