Definition Type: Element
Name: referenceEntity
Namespace: http://www.fpml.org/FpML-5/reporting
Type: nsA:LegalEntity
Containing Schema: fpml-cd-5-9.xsd
MinOccurs 0
MaxOccurs (1)
Abstract
Documentation:
The corporate or sovereign entity on which you are buying or selling protection and any successor that assumes all or substantially all of its contractual and other obligations. It is vital to use the correct legal name of the entity and to be careful not to choose a subsidiary if you really want to trade protection on a parent company. Please note, Reference Entities cannot be senior or subordinated. It is the obligations of the Reference Entities that can be senior or subordinated. ISDA 2003 Term: Reference Entity
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Drilldown into entityId in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsd Drilldown into entityName in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsd Drilldown into id in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsd Drilldown into LegalEntity in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsdXSD Diagram of referenceEntity in schema fpml-cd-5-9_xsd (Financial products Markup Language (FpML®) - Reporting)
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<xsd:element name="referenceEntity" type="LegalEntity" minOccurs="0">
    <xsd:annotation>
        <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The corporate or sovereign entity on which you are buying or selling protection and any successor that assumes all or substantially all of its contractual and other obligations. It is vital to use the correct legal name of the entity and to be careful not to choose a subsidiary if you really want to trade protection on a parent company. Please note, Reference Entities cannot be senior or subordinated. It is the obligations of the Reference Entities that can be senior or subordinated. ISDA 2003 Term: Reference Entity</xsd:documentation>
    </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Name Type Min Occurs Max Occurs
entityName nsA:entityName 0 (1)
entityId nsA:entityId 0 unbounded
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Name Type Default Value Use
id nsA:id (Optional)
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