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Receiver Authorized Delivery (RAD)

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RAD allows Participants to review and either approve or reject incoming deliveries before they are processed. All valued DOs, POs, institutional deliveries, MMI transactions, reclaims, pledges and releases of pledged securities are subject to RAD controls.

Participants are allowed to set their own RAD limits on a global or bilateral level. Global limits apply to all contra-participants and bilateral limits allow Participants to set individual limits against a specific contra-participant.

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Participants may establish bilateral and global RAD profile limits specifically for their stock loan and stock loan return activity. Applicable stock lending transactions will be checked against the receiver’s stock lending profile limits for passive approval or will otherwise await the receiver’s active approval based on the parameters of the profile. Absent a Participant establishing a Stock Loan RAD limit profile, a Participant’s transactions will be subject to the RAD functionality applicable to ordinary DOs, including the established DTC limits as well as Participant established bilateral and global limits.

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You can turn off RAD limits via DTC’s Settlement User Interface and allow DTC to process all your incoming deliveries. You may want to turn off your RAD limits, for example, when you are unable to modify the bilateral limits of your contra-participants because of time constraints. Your bilateral RAD limits will not be in effect until you turn them back on via the Settlement User Interface.

Transactions that are automatically routed to RAD are not affected by your decision to turn off RAD processing; they always require your approval before processing.

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You can approve or cancel transactions received via DTC’s Settlement Web interface or an automated RAD messaging process.

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Participants can force free receives (DOs) to their RAD if input after 5:00 p.m. eastern time. Forcing them will effectively block free receives from being booked into a Participant's account between 5:00 p.m. and the free delivery cutoff of 6:15 p.m.

Unless designated otherwise by a profile, all MMI free receives are sent to RAD, at all times. Participants who elect to turn on RAD at 5:00 p.m. will have all their free receive activity routed to RAD for approval or cancellation. This will aid Participants who choose not to monitor their account for free delivery activity after 5:00 p.m., and are not aware of these free receives until the next day. Participants can update their accounts to turn on RAD at 5:00 p.m. for all free receives via a profile in the Settlement User Interface.