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A. The 2002 ISDA Master Agreement – 1 Hour, 29 Minutes
- Section-by-section analysis of the 2002 ISDA Master Agreement
- Discussion of key differences between the 2002 ISDA Master Agreement and the 1992 ISDA Master Agreement
- Measures of damages and close-out methodologies
- Events of Default and Termination Events
- Counterparty default management
- Set-Off provision
- Interest Rate provisions
- Close-Out Amount Protocol
Jeannette Boot, Partner, WilmerHale
David Felsenthal, Partner, Clifford Chance US LLP
Frederick O. Quenzer, Assistant General Counsel, ISDA
Ray Shirazi, Partner, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
B. The 2002 ISDA Master Agreement (continued) – 1 Hour, 29 Minutes
C. Negotiating the Schedule to the 2002 ISDA Master Agreement – 1 Hour, 49 Minutes
This session will focus on key issues that firms typically negotiate in their Schedule to the 2002 Agreement.
Frequently negotiated Schedule provisions will be discussed:
- Elections (e.g., Governing Law, Termination Currency)
- Automatic Early Termination
- Specified Entities
- Credit Support Documents and Credit Support Providers
- Expansions and contractions of defined terms (e.g., Specified Transactions)
- Cross Default and Threshold Amounts
- Additional Termination Events
- What are some examples and why do parties include these?
Jonathan J. Ching, Counsel, Linklaters LLP
Ian Cuillerier, Partner, White & Case LLP
Ilene K. Froom, Partner, Reed Smith LLP
D. Regulatory Changes and Impact on ISDA Documentation – 1 Hour, 29 Minutes
- Impact of Regulation
- Interest Rate Reform
- Impact of Technology
- ISDA Amend
- ISDA Create
Fabien Carruzzo, Partner, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Megan R. O’Flynn, Assistant General Counsel, ISDA
Dan Vogel, Head of Financial Regulation, Legal, Bloomberg L.P