7.03A.6 Valuation of Collateral
7.03A.6.1 The Clearing House shall value such Collateral as it deems appropriate. The Clearing House shall, at its sole discretion, determine (i) what monies and/or assets will be acceptable as Collateral and (ii) when will such monies and/or assets cease to be acceptable as Collateral, and determine the valuation to be attributed thereto.
7.03A.6.2 If any Collateral deposited or provided by any Clearing Member is found in any way to be unacceptable by the Clearing House, the Clearing House shall have the right to immediately give a zero value to such Collateral for the purposes of satisfying such Clearing Members' obligations under this Rules or as may otherwise be owing to the Clearing House, pursuant to which such Collateral was deposited or provided.
7.03A.6.3 Following revaluation of any Collateral deposited with or provided to the Clearing House, where such Collateral is found by the Clearing House to be insufficient to meet any obligation of the Clearing Member under this Rules or as may otherwise be owing to the Clearing House, pursuant to which such Collateral was deposited or provided, the Clearing Member shall deposit with or provide to the Clearing House such additional Collateral as may be required to meet such obligation, within such time as the Clearing House may require.
7.03A.6.4 In the event of any dispute as to any matters covered in this Rule, the Clearing House's decision shall be final and binding.