The AEMF specified that all renuncie scenarios (bilaterally and centrally) would also apply to purchase/sale. The value of the security is generally higher than the purchase price of the securities. The buyer agrees not to sell the security unless the seller comes from his late part of the agreement. On the agreed date, the seller must repurchase the securities, including the agreed interest rate or pension rate. A pension purchase contract, also known as repo, PR or Surrender and Repurchase Agreement, is a form of short-term borrowing, mainly in government bonds. The distributor sells the underlying guarantee to investors and, by mutual agreement between the two parties, buys it back shortly thereafter, usually the next day, at a slightly higher price. Essentially, reverse deposits and rests are two sides of the same coin – or rather a transaction – that reflect the role of each party. A repot is an agreement between the parties, in which the buyer agrees to temporarily acquire a basket or group of securities for a specified period of time. The buyer agrees to resell the same assets at a slightly higher price through a reverse inversion contract to the original owner.

From the buyer`s point of view, a reverse repot is simply the same buyout contract, not the seller`s. Therefore, the seller executing the transaction would call it a „repo,“ whereas in the same transaction, the buyer would refer to it as a „reverse repo.“ „Repo“ and „Reverse repo“ are therefore exactly the same type of transaction that is described only from opposite angles. The term „reverse-repo and sale“ is commonly used to describe the creation of a short position on a debt security in which the buyer immediately sells on the open market the guarantee provided by the seller as part of the repurchase transaction. At the time of the count, the buyer acquires the corresponding guarantee on the open market and the pound to the seller. In the case of such a short transaction, the buyer expects the corresponding warranty to decrease between the rest date and the billing date. The repurchase agreement (repo or PR) and the repurchase agreement (RRP) are two key instruments used by many large financial institutions, banks and some companies. These short-term agreements provide temporary lending opportunities that contribute to the financing of day-to-day operations. The Federal Reserve also uses repurchase and inversion agreements as a method to control the money supply. Repo operations take three forms: specified delivery, tri-party and retention (the „selling“ part maintains the guarantee for the life of the repo). The third form (Hold-in-custody) is quite rare, especially in development-oriented markets, due in part to the risk that the seller may intervene before the transaction is completed and that the buyer will not be able to recover the guarantees issued as collateral for the transaction. The first form – the indicated delivery – requires the delivery of a predetermined loan at the beginning and maturity of the contract. Tri-Party is essentially a form of trading basket and allows a wider range of instruments in the basket or pool.

In the case of a tripartite repurchase transaction, a third-party agent or bank is placed between the „seller“ and the buyer. The third party retains control of the securities that are the subject of the agreement and processes payments made by the „seller“ to the buyer. Because triparties manage the equivalent of hundreds of billions of dollars in global guarantees, they have the subscription scale to multiple data streams to maximize the coverage universe. As part of a tripartite agreement, the three parties to the agreement, tripartite representatives, collateral/cash suppliers („CAP“) buyers and repo sellers („COP“) agree on a protection management agreement, including a „legitimate collateral profile.“