Substitutions of Collateral - GMSLA Provision

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2010 GMSLA full text of Clause 5.3:

5.3 Substitutions of Collateral
Borrower may from time to time call for the repayment of Cash Collateral or the Delivery of Collateral equivalent to any Collateral delivered to Lender prior to the date on which the same would otherwise have been repayable or deliverable provided that at or prior to the time of such repayment or Delivery Borrower shall have delivered Alternative Collateral acceptable to Lender and Borrower is in compliance with paragraph 5.4 or paragraph 5.5, as applicable.
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Unlike the 1995 English Law CSA, a Borrower under the 2010 GMSLA can require a Lender to switch Collateral posted to it with Alternative Collateral (provided it is acceptable to the Lender, which it will be if it meets the definition of Collateral and is listed in Schedule 1).

By contrast, under Paragraph 3(c) of the CSA, a switch of posted Collateral requires the consent of the holding party (see 3(c)(ii)). The FOA Exchange-Traded Derivatives Agreement is similar to the ISDA CSA.

Pledge GMSLA

The Pledge GMSLA does not have an equivalent provision. This is not for any reason that timidity — counsel drafting it (who shall remain nameless but once upon a time there was a bit of nominative determinism for those inclined to guess) thought it was a bit hard to deal with the security issues relating to substitution, so they just didn’t. Stuff and nonsense, we at the JC say.