 # Treasury Lock Agreements

## 13 Abr Treasury Lock Agreements

4 total amount of the Sface. If, at the end of a 60-day period, the dominant cash rate is 6.80%, the borrower receives \$1,258,200 from the bank. This amount corresponds to the present value of the difference between the cash rate applicable at the expiration of the lock of 6.80% and the agreed lock rate of 6.62%. Maturity Borrowers – [current value of one basis point 1 ] x [the difference between the cash rate in effect at the time of settlement and the freeze rate] x nominal amount -[6.99] x [6.80%] ] x 100,000,000 USD – 1,258,200 USD This profit is offset by a corresponding increase in the coupon rate of bond issues, if calculated at too low a price. The result is that the actual cash component on the borrower`s \$100,000,000 financing is 6.62% – the interest rate agreed in the cash freeze. If the cash rate in effect at the end of the 60-day period is less than the agreed interest rate, the borrower owes the bank a cash amount corresponding to the difference between the current term interest rate and the agreed interest rate. For example, if the agreed interest rate is 6.62% and the cash rate in effect at the end of the 60-day period is 6.50 per cent, the borrower must pay \$861,600 to the bank. This figure is calculated as follows: Bank Payment – [Current value of one basis point 1 ] x [the difference between the freeze rate and the current cash rate in the event of a settlement] x Nominal Amount. -gold—gold- [7.18] x [6.62%-6.50%] x \$100,000,000 – USD 861,600 This additional effort is offset by a corresponding reduction in the borrower`s borrowing yield at the time of issuance. Once again, the effective cash interest rate for the loan is 6.62%. 1 The current value of a basis point is the change in the value of a bond position when market yields change by 1 basis point.

It is found by discounting the dominant (then current) cash package the remaining coupon and the main payments over the duration of the note. The 4% interest rate determines the reference value that both parties to a treasury intend to use as part of the investment agreement. If the interest rate is higher than 4% at the time of settlement, the seller pays the company the difference between the higher interest rate and 4%. The payment is approximately the present value of future cash flows on the difference between the actual rate and the blocked interest rate on the nominal amount exported.

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