1992 ISDA Master Agreement
How it works and its credit implications
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One day training course
There has been increased focus on counterparty credit risk following the credit crunch including the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Now is a good time to gain an understanding of the 1992 ISDA® Master Agreement, how it works; its credit and legal implications and its robust close-out netting mechanism.
This one day course provides a clause by clause review of the 1992 ISDA® Master Agreement and its Schedule and covers the above issues. The practical negotiation exercise at the end of the day allows delegates to apply and consolidate the knowledge they have gained during the course.
Participants will take away with them the following:
An in-depth understanding of the main text and Schedule of the 1992 ISDA® Master Agreement.
Knowledge of the common amendments negotiated in the Schedule.
Awareness of the common credit issues relating to this Agreement.
An understanding of the key differences between the 1992 and 2002 versions of the ISDA® Master Agreement.
Who Should Attend
Derivatives Documentation Negotiators
Credit Risk Managers
Delegates are requied to bring their own copies of the 1992 ISDA® Master Agreement.
2. ISDA® documentation architecture.
3.Types of Transactions covered by the ISDA® Master Agreement and its Schedule.
4. Basic Structure of the ISDA® Master Agreement and its Schedule.
5. An in depth review of all Sections of the ISDA® Master Agreement.
6. Matters for credit approval.
Cross Default/cross acceleration
Requests for the unilateral disapplication of Credit Event Upon Merger
Additional Termination Events
Section 10(a) and political risk
7. What happens if a deal is done and the Master Agreement is not signed.
8. Main differences between the 1992 ISDA® Master Agreement and the 2002 ISDA® Master Agreement.
9. An examination of the Institution's own ISDA® Master Agreement Schedule if required.
10. Practical exercise.
Training is charged at an agreed daily rate plus Value Added Tax.
ISDA® is a registered trademark of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. The programme is neither sponsored by nor affiliated with the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc.
Useful and thought provoking
"Paul Harding gave documentation, legal and credit employees a one day seminar on the 1992 ISDA Master Agreement and ISDA Credit Support Documents. The presentations were straightforward and interactive and everybody learned a great deal about these subjects. The final case study was also useful and thought provoking."
North American bank