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Early Term. Illegality or Force Majeure
Derivatives Deskbook: Close-Out Netting, Risk Mitigation, Litigation (Second Edition)
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In a swap transaction, once an event of default has occurred and an early termination date has been set the parties must calculate the early termination amounts due.
The calculation of these amounts will vary depending on the type of event of default or termination event and the number of parties involved.
This form provides the standard calculation of early termination amount for transactions terminated due to illegality or force majeure with two affected parties.
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Banking, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Corporate & Securities
"event of default"
"reasonable out-of-pocket expenses"
"termination currency equivalent"
"one affected party"
"two affected parties"
"early termination date"
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