7.3. The calculation formula of the IB recommendation commission is posted on the company`s website.8. Insurance and guarantees 8.1. The GI declares and guarantees that, from the date of entry into force: 8.1.1. If it is a company, it is duly registered and exists according to the laws of the jurisdiction in which it was founded. It shall have the necessary entrepreneurial power and power to execute, provide and execute the provisions of this Agreement and the transactions contemplated therein;8.1.2. in the case of an enterprise, it has taken, fulfilled and implemented all necessary measures, conditions and measures, including all necessary capital measures, (i) to lawfully carry out, exercise its rights, perform and fulfil its obligations in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the operations envisaged; and (ii) to ensure that these commitments are legally binding and enforceable.8.1.3. the entry, exercise of its rights and/or performance of or compliance with its obligations under this Agreement and the proposed transactions do not infringe, conflict with or exceed the power or restriction granted or imposed by (i) any laws, regulations, authorizations, directives or orders (whether or not they have the force of law) to which they are subject; (ii) its instruments of incorporation or (iii) any arrangement to which it is a party or which binds it, as well as its property; and8.1.4. endeavour to do its best to direct customers to the company and the company`s services through the recommendation liaison and to ensure that the objective of the agreement is achieved. An introducing broker (IB) acts as an intermediary by comparing an entity seeking to access the markets with a counterparty ready to take over the other side of the trade. Generally speaking, IBs make recommendations while delegating the task of executing trades to someone who works in a trade market. The importing broker and any person who makes a transaction allocate the fees and commissions according to an agreed agreement. .