Trading Disruption - Equity Derivatives Provision

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2002 ISDA Equity Derivatives Definitions
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TOC | 1 General Definitions | 2 Option Transactions | 3 Exercise of Options | 4 Forward Transactions | 5 Equity Swap Transactions | 6 Valuation | 7 Settlement | 8 Cash Settlement | 9 Physical Settlement | 10 Dividends | 11 Adjustments and Modifications | 12 Extraordinary Events · 12.8 Cancellation Amount · 12.9 Additional Disruption Events · 12.9 List of ADEs · 12.9(b) Consequences of ADEs | 13 Miscellaneous

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Section 6.3(b) in a Nutshell
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6.3(b)Trading Disruption” means any suspension or limitation on trading imposed by an Exchange or Related Exchange for any reason
(i) relating to the Share on the Exchange (or on Exchanges for securities comprising at least 20 percent of the Index level, for any Index Transactions and Index Basket Transactions), or
(ii) in futures or options contracts on the Share or Index on any Related Exchange.

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Full text of Section 6.3(b)

6.3(b) Trading Disruption. “Trading Disruption” means any suspension of or limitation imposed on trading by the relevant Exchange or Related Exchange or otherwise and whether by reason of movements in price exceeding limits permitted by the relevant Exchange or Related Exchange or otherwise
(i) relating to the Share on the Exchange (or in the case of an Index Transaction or Index Basket Transaction on any relevant Exchange(s) relating to securities that comprise 20 percent or more of the level of the relevant Index), or
(ii) in futures or options contracts relating to the Share or the relevant Index on any relevant Related Exchange.

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Article 6. Valuation

Section 6.1. Valuation Time
Section 6.2. Valuation Date
Section 6.3. General Terms Relating to Market Disruption Events

6.3(a) Market Disruption Event
6.3(b) Trading Disruption
6.3(c) Exchange Disruption
6.3(d) Early Closure

Section 6.4. Disrupted Day
Section 6.5. Scheduled Valuation Date
Section 6.6. Consequences of Disrupted Days
Section 6.7. Averaging

6.7(a). Averaging Date
6.7(b). Settlement Price and Final Price
6.7(c). Averaging Date Disruption
6.7(d). Adjustments of the Exchange-traded Contract
6.7(e). Adjustments to Indices (Averaging)

Section 6.8. Futures Price Valuation

6.8(a) Valuation Date (Futures Price Valuation)
6.8(b) Additional definitions (Futures Price Valuation)
6.8(c) Settlement Price and Final Price (Futures Price Valuation)
6.8(d) Adjustments of the Exchange-traded Contract (Futures Price Valuation)
6.8(e) Non-Commencement or Discontinuance of the Exchange-traded Contract
6.8(f) Corrections of the Official Settlement Price



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Summary

Relevant for Market Disruption Events. Where your Transaction is an Index Transaction or an Index Basket Transaction, the disruption relates to trading on Exchange for at least 20% of the Shares comprising the Index — because the Index doesn’t exist per se as an independently investable security, though it may do as an exchange traded derivative.

Index Adjustment Events

There are separate disruption events relating to change, cancellation or non-publication of Indices. For that see Section 11.1(b) relating to Index Adjustment Events.
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