New Delhi, Oct 2 :  To check self-trade, National Stock Exchange (NSE) plans to introduce a new facility in the capital market segment from October 12. The new mechanism will prevent matching between a buy and a sell order entered in the same order book by a member for the same client code originating from same or different trading terminals of the member. “Self-trade prevention mechanism shall be introduced in capital market segment with effect from trade date October 12, 2015,” NSE said in a circular. (Also Read: BSE, NSE to move 25 companies to restricted trade segment from October 7)Also Read - Share Market Holiday: BSE, NSE To Remain Closed For 3 Days; Details Here

In case an active order is likely to match with a passive order belonging to the same member-client or same member-proprietary combination in the same order book, then such an order (full or partial as the case may be) would be cancelled by the bourse as the ‘order could have resulted in self-trade’, the exchange said. Also Read - Stock Market Soars: BSE Sensex Scales New Peak, Nifty Crosses 17,200

The new facility will be applicable only to “Proprietary and Client non custodial participant orders.” “The mechanism shall be applicable for orders entered in continuous session. It shall be applicable only during matching,” it added. The exchange has asked stock brokers to take due precaution to prevent self-trade while performing trade modification. Also Read - Stock Market NSE BSE Share Market Today: Sensex Scales 57,000 For First Time, Nifty50 Nears 17,000