. . SUPERSEDED EMTA TEMPLATE FOR NON-DELIVABLE FX FORWARD AND CURRENCY OPTION TRANSACTIONSBelow are the terms of the EMTA Template For Non-Deliverable FX Forward and Currency Option Transactions for different currency pairs that have been replaced by new recommended conditions (see Recommended Current Models). The following information does not reflect current market practices for documenting non-term foreign exchange transactions and monetary options, but is maintained on EMTA`s SITE WEB for historical purposes. They are listed by date of issue. The form of a bilateral agreement amending certain financial transactions, in reference to the European Central Bank`s benchmark rates for currencies. . Second addendum to 2004 Asian Currency Non-Deliverable FX Documentation Effective July 14, 2008 User Guide to Documentation of Unavailable Monetary Options Transactions Updated July 26, 2008. User Manual for 2004 Asian Currency Documentation FX not available Update October 25, 2006 User Manual for CLP, COP and PEN NDF Documentation with effect at 1. August 2006MYR Addendum to 2004 Asian Currency Non-Deliverable FX Documentation Updated May 17, 2006 Addendum to User`s Guide to the 2004 Asian Currency Non-Deliverable FX Documentation for MYR/USD July 15, 2005 User Manual on NDF documentation on the Russian ruble effective June 16, 2005 User`s Guide for Asian Currency, FX documentation unavailable , dated December 1, 2005 , 2004 User Manual for revised BRL-NDF documentation of March 1, 2004The user manual on the documentation of the revised ARS NDF of February 7, 2003The user manual on the practices of the NDF market of September 21, 2000 . EMTA Guidance Note on Expiration Times for Malaysian Ringgit and Indonesian Rupiah Non-Deliverable Currency Options Transactions Dated November 3, 2011 . This section of the EMTA website lists the different forms of standardized documents developed by EMTA in the FX and Currency Derivatives domain. Since the publication of the first submission conditions for non-deliverable FX transactions for the Argentine peso, Brazilian real, Indian roupiah, Korean won, Philippine peso and Taiwan dollar, EMTA has developed other such documentation to reduce the settlement delay, increase market transparency and increase efficiency.
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