The entity must aggregate the credit risk for each counterparty in order to obtain a unique legal exposure beyond the transactions; this aggregation must be included in credit and internal capital limit targets. The credit rating adjustment is an adjustment to the valuation of the transaction portfolio with a counterparty in the middle market. This adjustment reflects the market value of credit risk due to non-compliance with contractual agreements with a counterparty. This adjustment may reflect the market value of the counterparty`s credit risk or the market value of the bank`s and counterparty`s credit risk. Expected positive exposure (EPE) is the weighted average above the expected exposure date, with weights being the expected percentage of exposure for the entire time interval. For the calculation of the minimum capital requirement, the average is taken into account on the first year or, if all clearing contracts are due before one year, during the period of the contract with the longest duration in the compensation rate. The unilateral credit assessment adjustment is a credit rating adjustment that reflects the market value of the credit risk of the entity`s counterparty, but does not reflect the market value of the bank`s credit risk vis-à-vis the counterparty. the law governing any contract or agreement necessary to carry out the contractual compensation; The company must have procedures in place to verify the legal validity of its contractual compensation in light of possible changes in applicable legislation; A qualified central counterparty (QCCP) is an entity that is approved as a central consideration (including a licence granted to confirm a waiver) and may act as such by the regulator/supervisor responsible for the proposed products. This provision is subject to the provision that the central counterparty has its statutory seat and is subject to prudential supervision in a jurisdiction in which the relevant regulatory authority/supervisory authority is established, and stated publicly that it applies on the basis of the constant application of the central counterparty, national rules and rules that are consistent with the principles of financial market infrastructure established by the Payments Committee and Market Infrastructures and the International Organization of Financial Market Supervisors. If the contract between A and B does not authorize the closing, B should join the ranks of other creditors to A. In such circumstances, the reimbursement can take years and result in a decrease in the amount, since the proceedings are generally ongoing before the courts and a final judgment can be rendered several times.