Please see below guidance on Lending arrangements conducted on-Exchange.
Lending arrangements conducted on Exchange are required to have a written agreement between the two parties. The Exchange has authorised standard forms of agreement for this purpose (e.g. Global Master Securities Lending Agreement) which contain provisions in the event of default of either party. It is expected that member firms will follow these provisions when valuing their unsettled lending arrangements with Lehman. Under the default rules, the Exchange is required to include any net amounts arising from these valuations in its net amount for certification.
The Exchange recently issued Stock Exchange Notice N45/09 notifying member firms of a deadline of Friday 6 November 2009 for the notification of to the Exchange of unsettled on-Exchange lending arrangements in accordance with Rule D160.
For information on how to supply this data to the Exchange, as well as further information on the Exchange's default rules in relation to lending arrangements please see also Stock Exchange Notice N24/08.
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