Repo Agreement Defaulting
1) The reliance of the tripartite pension market on intra-day credit provided by clearing banks has led to much discussion in the pension market, namely whether the non-delivery of securities should be a failure event. Over the years, the retirement market has gone back and forth in its approach to delivering errors, but has now agreed to give both parties the right to choose in their legal cases. This is one of the most important points of the repo negotiations and an agreement on this point can often be the difference between execution and deadlock. The two parties entering into a repurchase transaction must therefore ask themselves an important question: “Should the non-delivery of securities trigger a default event under a GMRA?” A repository includes the seller of an asset – usually a fixed-rate guarantee – who agrees to buy it back later, either on a fixed date (a term repo) or on demand (open deposit). When the asset is repurchased, the seller pays the buyer a premium corresponding to the interest on a loan – it is indicated as an interest rate per year and called a pension. For traders of commercial enterprises, deposits are used to finance long positions, to access cheaper financing costs of other speculative investments and to cover short positions in securities. The New York Times reported in September 2019 that it was estimated that a trillion dollars of guarantees per day were deployed in U.S. pension markets.  The Federal Reserve Bank of New York declares the daily collateral volume of renuating for different types of repurchase agreements.
On 24.10.2019, the volume was the overnight guaranteed cash rate (SOFR) of USD 1.086 billion; General collateral rate (BGCR) $453 billion and $425 billion (General Collateral Rate) (TGCR).  However, these figures are not additive, the latter two being only elements of the first SOFR.  Repo is a generic name for a “buy-back contract” and means the sale and repurchase of securities. It is an agreement whereby a party sells securities to a counterparty while committing to repurchase the same or similar securities from the counterparty on an agreed future date at a purchase price equal to the initial selling price plus a return on the use of the sale proceeds during the pension period. The cash paid on the initial sale of securities and the money paid at the time of the repurchase depend on the value and type of security associated with the pension.