The JSE requires that all users of JSE prices be classified either as a private or corporate. In accordance with the JSE rules, the monthly download charges for corporate users are considerably higher than the download charges for private users.
It is therefore important that you carefully read the JSE's definition of a corporate (professional) and private (non-professional) data user before indicating below in what capacity you are using their data.
Private (Non Professional) - A client who uses the service solely for purposes of managing his personal funds and/or the funds of his immediate family.
Corporate (Professional) - - A client who is registered or required to be registered as, or qualified as, and acts in any capacity (directly or indirectly) as, a securities trader, investment advisor or asset manager with any domestic or foreign financial exchange, regulatory authority, professional association or professional body recognised under any law.
Detailed definition of the Non-Professional/Private User:
The JSE’s definition for a Non-Professional End User is:
A Professional End User is every End User which is not a Non-Professional End User.