The SFEMC currently sponsors the following indicative survey rate methodologies (each an “Indicative Survey Rate Methodology”) to calculate such fall-back reference prices:
The template terms for non-deliverable forwards for certain currencies published by the Singapore Foreign Exchange Market Committee (“SFEMC”), EMTA, Inc. (“EMTA”), and The Foreign Exchange Committee ("FXC"), incorporate the fall-back reference price of SFEMC Indicative Survey Rate in the event of a long-term price source disruption.
- SFEMC CNY Indicative Survey Rate Methodology
- SFEMC IDR Indicative Survey Rate Methodology
- SFEMC INR Indicative Survey Rate Methodology
- SFEMC KRW Indicative Survey Rate Methodology
- SFEMC MYR Indicative Survey Rate Methodology
- SFEMC PHP Indicative Survey Rate Methodology
- SFEMC TWD Indicative Survey Rate Methodology
The Indicative Survey Rate Methodology is an effort by SFEMC to provide a
fall-back reference price for an orderly settlement across markets in the event
of a long-term price source disruption. SFEMC grants to every market participant
a non-exclusive, non-transferable, worldwide, royalty-free right and license to
use the Indicative Survey Rate Methodology, together with any indicative survey
rate (“Indicative Survey Rate”) calculated under such Indicative Survey Rate Methodology,
and to incorporate such Indicative Survey Rate Methodology into their relevant contracts,
provided that such market participant shall not profit from further licensing of the license
granted. However, each market participant remains responsible for considering their own
documentation and the specific terms of their own trades. SFEMC assumes no liability of
any nature whatsoever in connection with or as a result of any party relying on the
Indicative Survey Rate Methodology or any Indicative Survey Rate.
Every market participant who decides to use and rely on the
Indicative Survey Rate Methodology and any Indicative Survey Rate
shall be deemed to have agreed to, and shall comply with,
the terms as set out herein (as such terms may be amended from time to time).
In the event that SFEMC (itself or through a service provider) wishes to determine
an Indicative Survey Rate for a relevant currency, financial institutions that are
active participants in the relevant currency pair and included in the
List of Participating Banks will be surveyed in accordance with the relevant
Indicative Survey Rate Methodology (as updated, revised or supplemented from time to time).
SFEMC (or its service provider) shall use all reasonable efforts to conduct the survey.
However, the above financial institutions are under no legal or contractual obligation to
respond to the survey. As such, SFEMC provides no assurance whatsoever that the Indicative
Survey Rate Methodology will result in an indicative survey rate being determined.
SFEMC (and any service provider SFEMC may select) disclaims liability for each and every
Indicative Survey Rate Methodology and all rates, results or responses (if any) produced
by such Indicative Survey Rate Methodology, and no representation or warranty, express
or implied, is made concerning any Indicative Survey Rate (including, without limitation,
the methodology for determining the relevant Indicative Survey Rate) and its suitability
for any particular use.
SFEMC shall be entitled to amend, modify, update, terminate or supplement any
Indicative Survey Rate Methodology (whether in whole or in part) (“Amendments”)
without prior notification to market participants. However, SFEMC shall endeavour
to provide reasonable notice of such Amendments to the relevant industry bodies in
order to reduce any disruption in the market.
[18th July 2016]
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Past Press Releases
SFEMC Indicative Survey Test Runs
Documentations for IDR/USD NDF
Documentations for INR/USD NDF
Documentations for MYR/USD NDF
Documentations for PHP/USD NDF
Past Documentations for PKR/USD NDF
Past Documentations for VND/USD NDF
Past Versions of User’s Guide