Transfer of positions is not always possible and the Exchange may close the client`s positions, resulting in the loss of hedging operations and that the client is entitled to insolvency or owes a trade amount to the defaulting broker. Here, too, a lender should think about the rights that the facility agreement should grant it when this happens. The broker does not want the security interest granted to the lender to compromise its definitive ability to close the term account and use the margin held on the account to cover losses. Thus, the broker will want its close-out set-off rights and all title rights in terms of margin to be before the lender`s guarantee rights. This solution is corrected by explicit provisions of the tripartite agreement. The Commission and the stock exchanges grant derogations from their position limits for bona fide hedges within the meaning of CFTC Regulation 1.3 (z), 17 CFR 1.3 (z). A hedging is a derivative trade or position that replaces trades or positions that will later be recorded in a physical marketing channel. The transfer of debt, as defined in a typical tripartite agreement, clarifies the requirements for the transfer of the property if the borrower does not pay or pass on his debt. Tripartite agreements are a common feature of commodity financing and their use may increase, as regulation increases the clearing of derivatives. It is important that, when negotiating these agreements, the parties are sensitive to the legal issues that may arise, as well as to the trade concerns of the other parties. *Financial collateral arrangements (No. 2) Regulations 2003 (2003 No.

3226) (as amended) It is generally agreed in the tripartite agreement that the broker will provide the lender with copies of all bank statements and confirmations regarding the secure account. The lender wants the right to violate the tripartite agreement by requiring the broker to close the client`s open positions on the account. Generally speaking, these rights are very broad in tripartite agreements and do not require, for example, that there has been a delay under the facility agreement. This reflects the comfort of the lender and a broker who uses their standard form. However, it may be useful for a client who has negotiated that only the occurrence of certain default events (including possibly the termination of hedging agreements) allows the lender to accelerate its facility. While solid security has clear advantages over floating security, it is necessary for the lender to have control of the debited asset, i.e. the guarantee account and the proceeds of that account. This standard is very difficult to meet with regard to the security of brokerage accounts held by a third-party broker and, in any case, would weigh on the operation of the hedging account. Brokers will usually try to preserve their (usually broad) rights to enter into the account as part of their brokerage contract with the client. Customers and lenders will generally agree. However, clients may be concerned that emissions-intensive brokerage measures may trigger cross-acceleration provisions in the establishment. In some cases, a lender may wish to have the right to obtain prior notice of closure and possibly veto in order to avoid closure in circumstances that could reduce the lender`s recovery.

This approach can pose difficulties for a broker, as the brokerage account is probably the only source of recovery and any delay in closing can expose the broker to significant risk. Therefore, brokers will generally oppose this approach. When a lender encounters financial difficulties, a broker generally wishes to have the opportunity to terminate the separate account and should therefore consider whether their brokerage contracting rights would allow it….