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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
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SIAC DT Arbitration Rules
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Rule Amendments

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2.15.1 Statutory Audit Report for General Clearing Members

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Without prejudice to such audit and/or reporting requirements as may be imposed by the Clearing House from time to time, a General Clearing Member shall furnish to the Clearing House within five (5) months of the end of its financial year or within such longer period as may be permitted in writing by the Clearing House, the relevant forms which a General Clearing Member is required to lodge in the prescribed format under Regulation 27(9) of the SFR (Financial and Margin Requirements), the annual accounts duly audited by, and the certificate of, its auditor or auditors who shall be a public accountant or a firm of public accountants acceptable to the Clearing House. The certificate shall pertain to the audit conducted by such auditor or auditors in respect of the financial year aforesaid and shall state, at a minimum:— whether, in the opinion of the auditor or auditors, the General Clearing Member has complied with the capital and financial requirements set out in this Rules and the SFR (Financial and Margin Requirements); whether, in the opinion of the auditor or auditors, the General Clearing Member's books of accounts and records are those usual in a business of that nature and appear to have been kept in a proper manner in accordance with the provisions of this Rules and the SFA; whether, in the opinion of the auditor or auditors, the financial position of the General Clearing Member is such as to enable it to conduct its business on sound grounds, having regard to the nature and volume of the business transacted during its past financial year as shown by its books of accounts and records; and whether the auditor or auditors has or have obtained all the necessary information and explanations for the proper conduct of the audit and to enable him or them to furnish his or their certificate. Where, in the performance of his or their duties, the General Clearing Member's auditor or auditors becomes or become aware:—
a. of any matter which in his or their opinion adversely affects or may adversely affect the financial position of the General Clearing Member to a material extent,
b. of any matter which in his or their opinion constitutes or may constitute a contravention of any provision of the SFA or this Rules, or an offence involving fraud or dishonesty,
c. of any irregularity that has or may have a material effect upon the accounts, including irregularities that jeopardise the moneys or other assets of any customer of the General Clearing Member, or
d. that the accounting system, internal accounting control and procedures for safeguarding moneys or other assets are inadequate and the inadequacies have a material effect on the accounts,
the auditor or auditors shall immediately report the matter to the Clearing House.

Amended on 27 March 2006 and 10 August 2007.