With a growing collection of practical industry tools, standard forms, webinars, and presentations, the IECA’s Resource Library is an incredible benefit exclusively available to IECA members.
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CLEG Industry Resources
The Resource Library contains a number of CLEG-specific tools and forms that save CLEG members’ time and energy when negotiating and finalizing documents. A list of popular CLEG Industry Resources are listed below.
- Master Netting Agreement & Enforceability Opinions
- IECA Irrevocable Standby Letter of Credit Form
- Credit Support Agreement Gap Risk Table
- Master Agreement Gap Risk Table
- IECA Canadian Derivatives Trade Reporting Designation and Amending Agreement
- IECA Canadian Representation Letter for Derivatives Data Reporting
- Utility Special Entity Representation Letter & User Guide
- IECA Amendment to the ISDA August 2012 DF Supplement
- IECA Dodd-Frank Act Representations and Reporting Amending Agreement
- User Guide for IECA Dodd-Frank Act Representations and Reporting Amending Agreement
- IECA General Agreement for the Provision, Acceptance, and Usage of Letters of Credit
- IECA Amendment Implementing ISDA March 2013 DF Supplement
- IECA Changes to ISDA March DF Supplement (final 5-31-13)
- User's Guide for IECA IECA Amendment Implementing ISDA March 2012 DF Supplement
- IECA Webinar: Amendment Adopting, Incorporating and Amending the ISDA March 2013 DF Supplement
- IECA Webinar: The Impact of Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act ("FATCA") Requirements on the Energy Industry
- IECA EMIR Amendment (version 1.1)
- Bilateral Amendment to Acknowledge UK Bail-in and Stay Provisions
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