Hi All - Have a question about capital contribution. Obviously, anything you put into an LLC is at risk if the firm goes belly-up. Suppose the firm does not require capital for trading/leverage purposes, but requires a "bond" against potential losses. Furthermore, you have an agreement with the firm to place a small amount of cash (<$5000, for example) to protect against blow-ups in the beginning. Could the cash be placed in escrow such that the firm can access it if the trader blows up, but not in any other case? Any potential problems/pitfalls with this scenario? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.