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ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol

The ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol enables parties to amend the terms of their Protocol Covered Agreements in order to aid compliance with regulatory requirements in various jurisdictions which, in general, require entities subject to those regulatory requirements to obtain from their counterparties a contractual recognition of the application of stays on or overrides of certain termination rights under the home-country special resolution regime of such regulated entity.

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ISDA 2015 Universal Resolution Stay Protocol

The ISDA 2015 Universal Resolution Stay Protocol enables parties to amend the terms of their Protocol Covered Agreements to contractually recognize the cross-border application of special resolution regimes applicable to certain financial companies and support the resolution of certain financial companies under the United States Bankruptcy Code.

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ISDA 2015 Section 871(m) Protocol

ISDA 2015 Section 871(m) Protocol addresses the effects of Section 871(m) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code on derivatives transactions.

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ISDA 2014 Collateral Agreement Negative Interest Protocol

The ISDA 2014 Collateral Agreement Negative Interest Protocol enables parties to amend certain ISDA-published collateral agreements to account for negative interest amounts on cash collateral.

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ISDA 2013 Discontinued Rates Maturities Protocol

The ISDA 2013 Discontinued Rates Maturities Protocol enables parties to amend the terms of Protocol Covered Transactions to address future rate discontinuations where longer and shorter maturities remain for a discontinued rate

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ISDA 2013 EMIR Port Rec, Dispute Res and Disclosure Protocol

The ISDA 2013 EMIR Portfolio Reconciliation, Dispute Resolution and Disclosure Protocol enables parties to amend the terms of their Protocol Covered Agreements to reflect the portfolio reconciliation and dispute resolution requirements imposed by EMIR as well as to include a disclosure waiver to help ensure parties can meet the various reporting and record keeping requirements under EMIR without breaching confidentiality restrictions.

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ISDA 2013 Reporting Protocol

ISDA 2013 Reporting Protocol to enable parties to amend the terms of Protocol Covered Agreements

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ISDA Derivatives/FX PB Business Conduct Allocation Protocol

The purpose of the protocol is to enable swap dealers that are parties to Covered Give-up Arrangements to incorporate into those agreements an apportionment of responsibilities, pursuant to a CFTC Interim Final Rule issued on April 30th, for compliance with obligations under the CFTC's External Business Conduct Standards. ISDA, the FXC (Foreign Exchange Committee) and the FMLG (Financial Markets Lawyers Group) have developed Annex A to the protocol which provides for the allocation of responsibilities between two registered swap dealers as provided in the no action relief.

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