Daylight Exposure Definition
Daylight exposure is defined as the period in the day when one party to a trade has a temporary credit exposure to the other, due to one side of the trade having settled before the other. The period extends from the point of settlement of the first trade to the time of settlement of the other. (IBP-174 AGREED IN 2017)
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