17 CFR 403.7 - Effective dates.

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§ 403.7 Effective dates.
(a) General. Except as provided in paragraphs (b) through (e) of this section, this part shall be effective on the last business day in October 1987.
(b) Confirmations. The requirements of §§ 403.4 and 403.5(d) to describe the specific securities that are the subject of a repurchase transaction, including the market value of such securities, on a confirmation at the initiation of a repurchase transaction or on substitution of other securities shall be effective January 31, 1988.
(c) Written repurchase agreements. The requirement to obtain a repurchase agreement in writing with the provisions described in §§ 403.4 and 403.5(d) shall be effective October 31, 1987, in the case of new customers of a government securities broker or dealer and shall be effective January 31, 1988, in the case of existing customers of a government securities broker or dealer. For purposes of this paragraph, an “existing customer” of a government securities broker or dealer is any counterparty with whom the government securities broker or dealer has entered into a repurchase transaction on or after January 1, 1986, but before July 25, 1987. For purposes of this paragraph, a “new customer” of a government securities broker or dealer is any counterparty other than an existing customer.
(d) Disclosures.
(1) For hold-in-custody repurchase transactions entered into before the effective date for obtaining a written repurchase agreement in accordance with paragraph (c) of this section, a government securities broker or dealer that is subject to § 403.4 shall furnish the counterparty with a separate interim disclosure document containing: (i) The disclosure referred to in § 403.4 concerning the Securities Investor Protection Act of 1970, and (ii) if applicable, the following disclosure:
“Required Disclosure
Unless the [buyer] and the [seller] have agreed to the contrary, the [buyer's] securities are likely to be commingled with the [seller's] own securities during the trading day. The [buyer] is advised that, during any trading day that the [buyer's] securities are commingled with the [seller's] securities, they will be subject to liens granted by the [seller] to its clearing bank and may be used by the [seller] for deliveries on other securities transactions. Whenever the securities are commingled, the [seller's] ability to resegregate substitute securities for the [buyer] will be subject to the [seller's] ability to satisfy the clearing lien or to obtain substitute securities.”.
(2) For hold-in-custody repurchase transactions entered into before the effective date for obtaining a written repurchase agreement in accordance with paragraph (c) of this section, a financial institution that is subject to § 403.5(d) shall furnish the counterparty with a separate interim disclosure document containing: (i) The disclosure referred to in § 403.5(d) concerning the inapplicability of deposit insurance, and (ii) if applicable, the following disclosure:
“Required Disclosure
Unless the [buyer] and the [seller] have agreed to the contrary, the [buyer's] securities are likely to be commingled with the [seller's] own securities during the trading day. The [buyer] is advised that, during any trading day that the [buyer's] securities are commingled with the [seller's] securities, they will be subject to liens granted by the [seller] to third parties and may be used by the [seller] for deliveries on other securities transactions. Whenever the securities are commingled, the [seller's] ability to resegregate substitute securities for the [buyer] will be subject to the [seller's] ability to satisfy any lien or to obtain substitute securities.”.
(3) In the case of hold-in-custody repurchase transactions initiated before August 31, 1987 and terminating on or after August 31, 1987, the disclosure document described in this paragraph (d) must be mailed to the counterparties involved on or before August 31, 1987. In the case of a hold-in-custody repurchase transaction initiated on or after August 31, the disclosure document described in this paragraph (d) must be provided to the counterparty involved no later than the day on which the first hold-in-custody repurchase transaction is initiated on or after August 31, 1987, unless the disclosure has already been provided to the counterparty in accordance with the preceding sentence.
(e) Existing term repurchase transactions. Notwithstanding paragraphs (b), (c) and (d) of this section, the requirements of §§ 403.4 and 403.5(d) (with respect to hold-in-custody repurchase transactions), with the exception of the requirements to confirm the substitution of securities subject to a repurchase transaction, shall not be applicable to any repurchase transaction, initiated on or before August 31, 1987, that, by its terms, matures on a specific date after August 31, 1987.
[52 FR 27947, July 24, 1987, as amended at 53 FR 28986, Aug. 1, 1988]

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