In addition, participations in the loan can create value for the original lender, especially in a situation where the borrower is in trouble. This value is created by creating a market to sell the economic interest on the loan between the lender and the borrower, while the lender remains the record owner of the loan. This is important for the lender in maintaining a relationship with his client. One of the benefits of risk sharing is that it allows financial institutions such as banks to reduce their exposure to risk. By selling the interest on a loan entirely to the participant, the lender reduces its exposure to the risks that may happen to the borrower, such as.B. the insolvent repayment of the loan. The revised Framework Participation Agreement retained many of the 2008 provisions, but also included amended and new provisions to reflect important developments in industry practice as well as changes in the global regulatory landscape that have taken place since 2008. Uncovered participation is an interest in which the participant does not finance the borrower until the original lender requests or orders the participant to make a payment to the borrower. There are several versions of a framework participation agreement. The most common versions are the BAFT Framework Participation Agreement, which is based on English law, and the International Trade and Forfaiting Association (ITFA) Framework Participation Agreement, which is based on New York law. ItFA is pleased to inform its members that Sullivan`s legal opinion within the meaning of Article 194 of the CRR on the ITFA Framework Participation Agreement for Unfunded Participations (2019) has been published and is available on the ITFA website. It confirms that the agreement can be used as an unfunded risk with risks. The International Trade and Forfaiting Association (ITFA) was founded in 1999 as an association of banks and financial institutions active in the creation and trading of trade-related risks in financial transactions.

ITFA first published the New York Framework Agreement for Participation in 2009, which has now been updated in 2019. .