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CDP Clearing Rules
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SGX-DC Clearing Rules
Chapter 1 Application of Rules
Chapter 2 Clearing Membership
Chapter 3 Committees
Chapter 4 Enforcement of Rules
Chapter 5 Arbitration
Chapter 6 Delivery and Related Matters
Chapter 7 Clearing and Margins
Chapter 7A Suspension and Default
Chapter 7B Payments
Chapter 8 Mutual Offset System
Chapter 9 Definitions and Interpretation
Chapter 10 Transitional Provisions
Practice Notes
SIAC DT Arbitration Rules
SIAC DC Arbitration Rules
Rule Amendments

(2 versions)
Apr 26 2013 - Dec 30 2013Dec 31 2013 onwards

7.03A.5 Collateral Withdrawal

7.03A.5.1 Where any obligation under this Rules, the Security Deed or as may otherwise be owing to the Clearing House remains outstanding on the part of a Clearing Member, such Clearing Member shall have no right to withdraw any Collateral or request for the repayment of any credit balance held with or subject to the control of the Clearing House without the Clearing House's prior consent.
7.03A.5.2 Any withdrawal of Collateral consented to by the Clearing House under this Rule shall not be deemed to be a release of the existing or future Security Interest over any remaining Collateral held with or subject to the control of the Clearing House, other than the withdrawn Collateral.
7.03A.5.3 A request for withdrawal of Collateral may only be made by a Clearing Member subject to Rule 7.03A.5.1. Without prejudice to Rule 2.18.3, a Third Party may not withdraw or request for the withdrawal of any Collateral held with or subject to the control of the Clearing House, other than through the Third Party's Clearing Member. All Collateral permitted by the Clearing House to be withdrawn shall be returned only to the Clearing Member.
7.03A.5.4 In the case of a defaulted or suspended FCM Clearing Member, any unused Collateral withdrawn and returned to such FCM Clearing Member is intended to be treated in accordance with applicable U.S. laws, including the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, the CEA and the CFTC Regulations.

Added on 26 April 2013 and amended on 31 December 2013.