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ISDA 2018 US Resolution Stay Protocol: An Introductory Webinar in Japanese

ISDA recently published the ISDA 2018 US Resolution Stay Protocol to help market participants comply with stay regulations issued in the US by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and

ISDA 2018 US Resolution Stay Protocol: An Introductory Webinar in Chinese

ISDA recently published the ISDA 2018 US Resolution Stay Protocol to help market participants comply with stay regulations issued in

Video: What is ISDA Create – IM?

Derivatives trading and processing are becoming more automated, but the legal documents that back these trades are still reliant on paper and wet signatures. This slows down the time it takes to negotiate a document, and creates inefficiencies throughout the whole process.

ISDA Benchmarks Supplement Protocol Solution via ISDA Amend Webinar

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ISDA Clause Library Project Webinar

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‘No Deal’ Brexit – ‘Cliff Edge’ Risks for Derivatives Webinar

On October 9, ISDA published a paper jointly supported by six other national financial sector trade bodies (the Association of German Banks, ASSOSIM, Banking and Payments Federation Ireland, the Danish Securities Dealers Association, the Dutch Banking Association and the Swedish Securities Dealers Association) on ‘cliff edge’ risks for over-the-counter derivatives associated with a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.

2018 Model Netting Act and Guide Webinar

ISDA published an update of its Model Netting Act, designed to provide a template that can be used by jurisdictions considering legislation to ensure the enforceability of close-out netting.

Reference Rate Reform: Impact on the Economy and Consumers

The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) underpins trillions of dollars in mortgages, bonds, loans, and financial instruments that directly impact Main Street and other critical parts of the American economy. But LIBOR’s viability has been in doubt ever since the financial crisis, in large part due to its susceptibility to manipulation. A public-private sector working group has launched the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) to serve as a more robust and reliable alternative to LIBOR.

Second ISDA IBOR Fallbacks Webinar

Second ISDA IBOR Fallbacks Webinar

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