Risk glossary


Bilateral netting

An agreement between two counterparties to offset the value of all in-the-money contracts with all out-of-the-money contracts, resulting in a single net exposure amount owed by one counterparty to the other. Generally used for settlement purposes.

* see also multilateral netting, netting

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