We`re sorry to be the bearer of the Buzzkill, but no. They need a “written bilateral compensation agreement that creates a single legal obligation covering all bilateral agreements and transactions” (“cross product netting arrangement”), itself supported by a notice of compensation. See the CRE53.61-9 rule of the Basel framework This could be, for example. B, the Cross-Product Master Agreement published by the Association – and most first-class brokerage agreements do too. But even if you have a master netting contract, check that your own company`s operating systems are able to recognize inter-product clearing agreements as a practical matter. From his own experience, the JC thinks that many are not. If computers can`t, your CPMA and your clearing opinions are as good as a chocolate star. Therefore, if one of my master contracts has a large provision for transfer (as well as its compensation scheme) and my notice of compensation stipulates that the delay (sums due in other framework contracts) would also be applicable, can I consider all my claims against this consideration, in all framework contracts, as nice up to a single obligation? The full index of the JC glossary is available here.