The minutes do not provide for changes to confirmations based on any of ISDA`s long-term confirmation models, as these confirmations not only contain standard sets of definitions and rules, but are in themselves and are more likely to vary the types of provisions that lead to the problems addressed in the minutes than confirmations based on isDA short version models. However, parties using such confirmations as part of a 2002 master agreement will want to consider issues similar to those contained in the protocol`s annexes. In the high-form ISDA “Confirmation of OTC Credit Swap Transaction Single Reference Entity Non-Sovereign,” paragraphs 7 (b) (v) (B) and (C) refer to the listing and loss of the market. Why should I consider participating in the 2002 Master Agreement Protocol? The protocol provides for a number of changes considered to have been made to certain documents dating back to before 2002, when these documents are used as part of a 2002 master`s contract. Some issues are addressed only in a pre-2002 document, but a number of questions arise in more than one pre-2002 document and are therefore addressed in several annexes: market participants should check whether events related to COVID-19 are the source of relevant definitions of market, trade, price and billing disruptions. If an event that would otherwise constitute a force majeure event in the 2002 ISDA Master Contract is also a disruptive event under the 2005 ISDA product definitions or the 1998 ISDA FX and Currency Option Definitions, the relevant cases of divestment would apply in place of the force majeure provisions. Market participants are therefore encouraged to give priority to reviewing the terms of their derivative agreements regarding similar disruptions and events and to note that these conditions will vary depending on the type of product, the ISDA and other definitions contained in the documentation and the elections chosen by the parties in the relevant documents. Market participants should also consider the effects of such disruptions, which may not be addressed in the relevant documents, as well as the pricing, payment or billing options that could be considered in the event of a malfunction.