An interest rate cap is a kind of interest rate derivative in which the buyer receives payments at the end of each period during which the interest rate exceeds the agreed exercise price. An example of a cap would be an agreement to obtain a payment for each month when the libor rate exceeds 2.5%. The interest rate ceiling can be analysed as a series of European call options, called caplets, that exist for each period during which the Cap Agreement exists. To exercise a ceiling, the buyer is generally not required to notify the seller, as the ceiling is exercised automatically when the interest rate is higher than the strike (rate).  Note that this automatic exercise feature is different from most other options. Each caplet is set in cash at the end of the period to which it relates.  Section 5.1 of the FMYN-CAP contract asks Reclamation, on behalf of the Ministry of the Interior, to approve all of these agreements. An interest rate cap is a derivative by which the buyer receives payments at the end of each period during which the interest rate is higher than the agreed exercise price. An example of a cap would be an agreement to obtain a payment for each month when the libor rate exceeds 2.5%. They are most often collected for periods of between 2 and 5 years, although this can vary considerably.  Since the exercise price reflects the maximum interest rate payable by the purchaser of the cap, it is often an entire number. B 5% or 7%.
 In comparison, the underlying index of a ceiling is often a libor rate or a national rate.  The size of the ceiling is called its fictitious profile and can be changed over the life of a cap, for example to reflect amounts borrowed under a depreciation loan.  The purchase price of a cap is a one-time cost and is called a premium.  Some mortgages may have interest at any time that may change, while others have interest rates that are reset at a certain time. During the period of interest of the MRA variables, a ceiling can be introduced at a certain level. Regardless of the time frame for authorized increases, the rate cannot be changed to a level above its ceiling if it has been introduced under the contractual terms of credit. It is an agreement between a buyer and a financial institution such as a bank to obtain compensation if the reference rate exceeds an agreed level, called strike rate.