The other four QFC stay rule compliance documents, (i) a form of QFC for a new QFC agreement that is an ISDA®, (ii) form of QFC provisions for a new basic QFC contract ®, (iii) a form of QFC provisions for a new QFC agreement, which is a contract for the sale and purchase of electricity ® Master EJI , and (iv) the IECA QFC User Guide , have not been copyrighted to date by third parties and are therefore available in both the area of public accessibility and the domain of CEIA members, as well as this page that describes the compliance documents of the QFC Stay Rule compliance standard and how to access them. They have been contacted by a financial institution because (1) you participate in a “qualified financial contract” (QFC) with that financial institution or its subsidiaries and (2) the financial institution is a “global systemically important bank” (GSIB), which means that it and its related companies are subject to the QFC residence rules adopted by the US banking supervisory authorities at the end of 2017. Opt-in for certain specified U.S. banking settlement systems (section 1) The 2018 Protocol applies to all “at-hand” QFCs in accordance with the final rules that cover most derivatives, loan, loan and loan transactions, commodity and futures contracts, as well as professional master contracts (e.g. B an isda master contract), subject to certain limited exceptions under the final rules. If an ISDA management contract is amended by the 2018 Protocol, all old and future transactions that will be concluded in this contract will be subject to such changes. If you are a company that uses derivatives, pension transactions and certain other types of financial contracts in your business, you may have received notice from the financial institutions with which you must act in relation to these contracts. You may have wondered why the financial institution sent you the message, what you need to do, if there are alternatives and, if there are options, the risks and benefits of some measures over others.