This post is the second in a series that we are preparing in response to questions from clients, colleagues, and contacts. Yesterday’s post, which addressed interest rate swaps in a zero or negative interest rate environment, is available here.
In today’s post, we address considerations related to Decline in Net Asset Value (NAV) provisions in agreements that govern the trading of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives and other financial contracts.
As we explore in greater detail, the recent volatility across financial markets makes it more important than ever for investment managers and their clients to understand – and focus on – these fairly common contractual provisions.
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