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Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation Securities Borrowing and Lending Rules  CH

Amended Date: 2019.09.26 
Categories: Securities Exchange Market > Borrowing of Securities
Article 47     The securities lending fee for a fixed-price or competitive bid transaction shall be calculated, on a daily marked-to-market and on a transaction-by-transaction basis, as the sum of the products obtained by multiplying the outstanding balance of subject securities on loan on a given day by the closing price of the subject securities on that day and further by the lending rate fixed upon execution of the loan transaction. The total securities lending fees shall be collected/paid through the securities firm upon return of securities in satisfaction of the loan by the borrower.
    The borrowing period shall begin on the date the subject securities are borrowed and end on the day preceding the date they are returned. If the return date does not fall on a business day, the next business day shall be treated as the return date. The preceding paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis when calculating securities lending fees for holidays.
    Where in the fixed-price or competitive bid transaction the lender agrees to renew the loan, the securities lending fee shall continue to accrue until, and be collected/paid upon, return of securities in satisfaction of the loan.
    If the borrower in a fixed-price or competitive bid transaction makes any early, partial return during the life of the loan, it shall on the next business day settle all lending fees and expenses that have incurred on the securities borrowing transaction. If the borrower in a negotiated transaction makes any early, partial return during the life of the loan, it shall on the next business day settle all processing fees and loan service fees in relation to the securities returned.
    The calculation and payment of the securities lending fee on a negotiated transaction shall be negotiated and agreed upon between the borrower and the lender themselves, notwithstanding the provisions of Article 31, paragraph 5.