Following closely on the heels of the historic decision by 11 European countries to abandon their national currencies in favor of a new single European currency, the euro, ISDA launched its EMU Protocol on May 6, 1999. The EMU Protocol is an innovation and a first for an industry trade group: standardized provisions that address a range of issues related to European Economic and Monetary Union and the emergence of the euro, and an efficient, low-cost means to include them in existing documentation. The success of this groundbreaking effort is reflected in the fact that more than 1,100 firms became adhering parties to the Protocol.

List of Adhering Parties
EMU Protocol Text
1998 FAQs
Original EMU Protocol Opinions
Protocol Draws Praise