This section of the EMTA website lists the different forms of standardized documents developed by EMTA in the FX and Currency Derivatives domain. Since the publication of the first submission conditions for non-deliverable FX transactions for the Argentine peso, Brazilian real, Indian roupiah, Korean won, Philippine peso and Taiwan dollar, EMTA has developed other such documentation to reduce the settlement delay, increase market transparency and increase efficiency. For more information on this charge, see Activities – Services/Action Groups and Interest Groups. Members can access the full text of the documents below with their EMTA login ID and password information. Non-members interested in accessing the full text of certain documents should CONTACT US. There may be a right of access. Some documents can only be reserved for use by members. This section contains several subsections by type or category of the document. Just scroll down to the section you`re looking for. DRAFT DOCUMENTATION BOARD CONFIRMATION AND PRATIC NOTES STANDARD DEFINITIONS USER`S GUIDES AND GUIDANCE NOTES MULTILATERAL AMENDMENTS AND DOCUMENTATION PROTOCOLSOTHER DOCUMENTATIONSUPERSEDED EMTA TEMPLATE FOR NON-DELIVERABLE FX FORWARD AND CURRENCY OPTION TRANSACTIONSCURRENT EMTA FOR NON-LIVE Members can e-mail comment on these projects to Leslie Payton Jacobs of EMTA email@example.com. 6 Part A: Part B: Part 4.
Contact address and other contact information for communications or communications to Part A: address and other contact information for communications or communications to Part B: Part 5. Renunciation and representation Notwithstanding the contrary provisions of an agreement or non-disclosure, Confidentiality or similar agreement between the parties to this agreement, Part B accepts disclosure of information to the extent necessary under Title VII, The Wall Street Transparency and Accountability Act of 2010 of the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, as well as the applicable law that is amended and/or the rules adopted under it (the “applicable DF laws”) that require notification of transactions and similar information. Part B recognizes that the information provided under this paragraph, but is not limited to the disclosure of commercial information, including the identity of a party (by name, identifier or other), to a swap data repository and to the relevant regulatory authorities, may include, and that such information could have the effect of making certain anonymous swap transaction and price data available to the public. Part B also recognizes that a swap data repository can support the services of a global repository regulated by one or more national regulators to meet regulatory obligations, provided that such a regulated global repository of central repositories is subject to confidentiality rules comparable to those of a swap data repository registered with the Futures Commission (CFTC). In order to avoid any doubt, to the extent that secrecy, confidentiality, bank secrecy or other applicable laws impose confidentiality obligations for transactions and similar information that must be disclosed in accordance with applicable DF laws, but allow a party to waive such requirements by consent, the consent and recognition provided to them is consent on our part for the purposes of this other applicable right. Part B ensures and guarantees that each time it enters into an FX transaction in the context of this FX transaction, it is an eligible participant in the contract, since this clause is defined in Clause 1 (a) (18) of the Commodity Exchange Act as amended.