Past version: effective from 21/10/2015 - 20/10/2015
To view other versions open the versions tab on the right
A Recognised Clearing House that operates in multiple jurisdictions must:
(a) identify and mitigate the risks arising from doing business in the relevant jurisdictions, including those arising from conflicting laws applicable in such jurisdictions; and
(b) ensure the arrangements referred to in Rule 4.7.10 provide a high degree of certainty that actions taken by the Recognised Clearing House under its rules and procedures will not be reversed, stayed or rendered void.