Fully revised and updated "A Practical Guide to Using Repo Master Agreements", is the second edition written by leading commentators on the subject; Paul C Harding and Christian A Johnson. A useful guide for those that need to know and understand the contents of master agreements. This new 2nd edition offers readers a detailed guide on the most broadly used European and US repo master agreements all in one book. A comprehensive guide which also includes a summary of recent developments in the European and US repo markets since 2012. Key benefits of this book · From reading this guide readers will gain a detailed understanding of how the repo market works · A thorough overview of the crucial European and US legal issues that occur for repos, · An in depth knowledge of the main European and US repo master agreements, · Along with detailed knowledge of one of the main triparty repo agreements used in the US market. · The detailed commentary on the main European and US repo master agreements in one place · A useful overview of the market's mechanics and its legal landscape Differences between edition 1&2: The second edition has been updated to include; · Commentary on the ICMA/SIFMA Global Master Repurchase Agreement (2011) · Updated negotiation examples and explanation for most of the European and US repo master agreements that were covered in the first edition. This includes the Bank of New York Mellon triparty repo agreement in chapter 6 · Updated market developments and legal issues since 2004 · A summary of the main differences between the 2004 and 2011 versions of the Global Master Repurchase Agreement used in the European market. Who should read this book This guide is aimed at Lawyers and Paralegals, who negotiate ICMA and SIFMA repo master agreements. Professionals in the European and US securities markets that need to know and understand the contents of these master agreements can also find this book very useful. This text is also recommended for Asset Managers, companies that act as buyers such as lenders (pension funds, insurance companies and money market funds), companies that act as sellers, Sales people, Traders, Executives, Back Office Operations and Credit Officers. Why you should buy this book This text offers readers a detailed guide on the most broadly used European and US repo master agreements all in one book. A very well organised text that makes navigating through the various pages simple. The 2nd edition offers updated negotiation examples and commentary for the most of the European and US repo master agreements covered in the first edition as well as an update on market developments and legal issues since 2004. This is the only book in the world which provides in depth details of the European and US repo master agreements immediately underneath their text.
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