A: The levy is collected only on the agreement concluded. Agreements denounced in docs are not included in the evaluation. Companies that are concerned that a number of their agreements may no longer be active should review their agreements to determine whether some of them should be terminated. Carrying Broker: this term is used to define the client`s countervailing broker in cases where such a broker is not a member of the exchange where the trades are executed and where the exchange requires a countervailing member who takes the omnibus account of the countervailing broker to such an exchange in order to be a party to the agreement (for example. B LME). A: Docs represents each paragraph of the give-up agreement in two columns. The original text is included in the left column. The right column gives the system user the ability to change the language. Any language change appears in bold or barred characters in the final version of the agreement, so that all parties to the agreement can see changes immediately. Each party can make changes before the agreement is implemented. Clearing Broker: the party that has a term clearing account for the client and on which positions arising from orders executed by an execution broker pursuant to the agreement are eventually abandoned. The countervailing broker must be authorized as a term intermediary in his or her home jurisdiction, but is not required to be a member of an exchange. Section 3 of the agreement provides that, where a member of the exchange where the transactions are made, a countervailing broker may use the services of a compensatory member to clarify stock exchange positions on his behalf.
However, these agents are often clearing broker-related companies in another jurisdiction (see „Use of Agents“ below to determine when companies should be designated as parties to a „give-up“ agreement). Nevertheless, the countervailing broker must remain liable to the client for its obligations under the agreement. As a general rule, the compensatory member, when acting as an agent for the countervailing broker, is not a party to the agreement; However, at least one exchange, the London Metal Exchange („LME“), requires it. Giving up is no longer a common business practice in financial markets. Giving up was more often before the development of e-commerce. In the age of land trading, a broker might not be able to ground it and would place another broker as a kind of proxy. Overall, the act of trading on behalf of another broker is generally part of a pre-agreed transfer agreement. Agreements concluded in advance generally contain provisions for work-sharing and compensation procedures. Risk trades are not a common practice, so payment is not clearly defined without prior agreement.
The FIA Law and Compliance Division regularly publishes and updates standard agreements for the future-give-up process.