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Branch to CRO
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Core Tier 1 capital to Dashboard
Data to Documentary collection
Documentary credit to Eligible bill rate
Eligible collateral to FHEQ
FHEQ level to Food security
Footprint to Global warming potential
Globalisation to ICAAP
ICAEW to Instrument
Insurable to LGBTQ+
LGBTQIA+ to MIS
ML to Multibank reporting
Multibanked to Numerator
O/N to PSP
PSR to Price taker
Price talk to Random sampling
Random walk to Risk identification
Risk management to Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association
Securities Investor Protection Corporation to Statistical classification of economic activities in the European C...
Statistical distribution to Tax written down value
Tax yield to UCITS
UCP to Wash trading
Watchlist to €STR

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Substitution

The substitution of one party for another in respect of an obligation.


In a netting and settlement context, this generally equates to altering a contract between two parties so as to bring in a third party (sometimes the clearing house, as in an option and future trade) which acts as counterparty to each of the two parties and ensures the original contract between the two parties is satisfied and discharged.


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