Regardless of the above, market participants should consider moving to the new definitions. We`ve seen an increasing number of transactions lately, and the new ISDA Master agreements include the 2006 definitions, and this trend is likely to continue after the Go Live date. It is inevitable that these definitions will eventually take over from the definitions of the year 2000 if, for no reason other than the ISDA, they no longer update the definitions of the year 2000 to reflect new sources of reference interest rates, interest rates or currencies. While some changes to the 2006 definitions are not significant for the transactions of most market participants, the overall impact could be considerable, given that the definitions refer to transactions representing the majority of the $500 trillion derivatives market and their implementation will require changes in the systems that calculate , track and process derivative payments. Article 11 of the 2006 definitions contains the "swap straddle" provisions, previously published in a supplement to the 2000 definitions. A swap transaction is a swap transaction consisting of two swaps, each consisting of a different underlying swap. Under one of the underlying swaps, the buyer is the "Underlying Payer Swap"), while under the other underlying swap is the variable rate payer (the "Underlying Receiver Swap"). The 2006 definitions also contain definitions for the exercise of a European, American and Bermuda-style swap. Under the European-style trading straddle, the buyer can exercise either the underlying pay swap or the underlying swap receiver on the expiry date of the swap option. If the purchaser exercises either the underlying pay-swap or the underlying receiver before the expiry date of the exchange selencipe under a U.S. or Bermuda exchange line, the buyer may exercise the other swap one day after the expiry date of the "swap," including the expiry date of the exchange line.

An exposure to the 2006 definitions contains additional provisions that can be used in confirming an exchange line. The definitions for 2000 contain a separate brochure, the appendix to the 2000 ISDA definitions (annex), for certain definitions and provisions, including interest rate options and related provisions, that the ISDA should be updated regularly. Consideration was given to publishing amendments and additions to the annex on the ISDA website and publishing a new schedule at regular intervals; But that never happened. The 2006 definitions do not contain such an annex. All definitions and provisions in the 2006 definitions are included in the "Definitions 2006" brochure alone. Changes and additions are published on the ISDA website. The framework contract allows the parties to calculate their net financial commitment in over-the-counter transactions, i.e. a party calculates the difference between what it owes to a counterparty under a master contract and what the consideration owes under the same agreement. The decision whether or not to include the 2006 definitions in the ISDA confirmation statements and master plan may not be as difficult for future transactions, as the 2006 definitions only update certain provisions of the definitions for 2000 and reflect current market standards. Most of the definitions for the year 2000 remain unchanged. The documentation of this decision can be made either in the confirmation of a given transaction, in which case the 2006 definitions should apply only to that specific transaction 2, or, in the case of a change in the schedule, in which case the new 2006 definitions would apply to all transactions made under the ISDA master contract.