Use of agents: In general, give up agreements have been developed to describe in detail the obligations arising from a give-up agreement and clearly describe the parties to the performance and compensation relationship. The key to the successful and accurate give up deal is that the parties to the deal easily adjust operational trade flows, making it easier for the clearing broker and executive broker to resolve outsourcing or other operational matters. Therefore, the above additional definitions have been developed over the years to address parties who may be involved in the performance of a futures contract, but not necessarily operational trade flows. If one of the parties to a give up agreement intends to use an agent that is neither a related company of that party nor a member of the corresponding exchange or clearing house, clearly identify the agent and his role (for example. B a place-order broker) in the give-up agreement would be a proven method. FIA Tech is a for-profit subsidiary of FIA, which works with the listed derivatives industry to address operational inefficiencies that benefit from a coordinated industry solution. . . .