Eastern leader

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Possible Answers: EMIR, IMAM, AMIR.

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A Swap Execution Facility (SEF) (sometimes Swaps Execution Facility) is a platform for financial swap trading that provides pre-trade information (i.e. bid and offer prices) and a mechanism for executing swap transactions among eligible participants.

Swap Execution Facilities are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The regulated trading of certain swaps is a result of requirements in the United States by the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (in particular Title VII). Financial swaps have traditionally been traded in over-the-counter (OTC) markets. However, regulatory changes have driven reporting, clearing, and settlement functions to SEFs, which are much more tightly regulated. The SEF-execution mandate responds to one of the four derivatives-related European Union, have proposed similar changes in swap market structure but none have yet been adopted.

As of October 2, 2013, any swap listed by a SEF may be traded by the parties on the SEF, but may also be traded off-SEF in any other lawful manner. The swaps that must be traded on SEFs are both subject to a CFTC-centralized clearing mandate and have been determined to be “made available to trade” (MAT) by at least one SEF. Four categories of interest rate swaps and two categories of credit default swaps are currently subject to clearing mandates.

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This is a list of notable companies from Italy.

These companies specialize in automobile design.

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Random information on the term “AMIR”:

“Abdul Abulbul Amir” is the most common name for a music-hall song written in 1877 (during the Russo-Turkish War) under the title “Abdulla Bulbul Ameer” by Percy French, and subsequently altered and popularized by a variety of other writers and performers. It tells the story of two valiant heroes – the titular Abdulla, fighting for the Turks, and his foe (originally named Ivan Potschjinsky Skidar in French’s version), a Russian warrior – who encounter one another, engage in verbal boasting, and are drawn into a duel in which both perish.

The names of the principal characters have been transcribed in a variety of ways in different versions of the lyrics. With respect to the title character, his last name appears as both “Ameer” and “Amir”, and the syllable break between his first and middle names varies from version to version (originally “Abdulla Bulbul”, as seen below, but often rendered as “Abdul Abulbul”).

His Russian opponent’s name has been more drastically modified over time. First given as “Ivan Potschjinksi Skidar”, the character is perhaps best known today as “Ivan Skavinsky Skivar”, with considerable variation in the spelling of both the middle and last names.

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