The 2017 isda/AIF agreement on the realization of derivatives cleared under non-US law is a model for market participants to negotiate execution agreements with counterparties on clearing swaps. The document is intended to facilitate the conclusion and clearing of derivatives transactions with one or more CCPs outside the United States and may be used in conjunction with the ISDA/FIA Client Clearing Addendum. This document has been updated to reflect the new MIFID II schedule for the transmission of information on cleared derivative transactions between counterparties on a bilateral basis. A Blackline comparison with the 2016 version is published next to this document. Following the acceptance of a derivatives clearing transaction by the competent clearing house, each Party A and Part B shall be deemed to have entered into separate transactions in cleared derivatives governed by the applicable arrangement with their respective clearing member (unless Part A and/or Part B are already clearing members of the clearing organisation concerned) and each Party no longer has any rights or obligation. tions. in relation to the other in respect of the corresponding derivative transaction. The cleared derivatives execution agreement is a model for the use of cleared swaps by market participants in the trading of execution agreements with counterparties for clearing swaps. The memorandum, together with its annex, contains important information regarding the use of the cleared derivatives signing agreement, a brief description of the intent of each section of the cleared derivatives signing agreement that is unique to the execution of a cleared swap transaction, and a comparison of the execution agreements. The cleared derivatives execution agreement is a model for market participants to use cleared swaps in trading execution-related agreements with counterparties on swaps to be cleared through the United States. .