Our Credit Policy is designed to ensure the financial integrity and liquidity of the MISO markets. The Credit & Risk Management Department works collaboratively with stakeholders through the Market Subcommittee to monitor, seek improvements, and adapt to evolving market dynamics.
Market Participants must continually meet the following minimum requirements for participation specified in Section III of MISO's Credit Policy.
Find additional guidance for satisfying the minimum requirements for participation.
Corporate Guaranties and Financial Security
Existing Market Participants (MPs) and applicants who wish to submit a Corporate Guaranty or Financial Security to support transacting in MISO services may utilize the following documents respective to their desired submittal.
Find Exhibits I-VIII in the document navigator below.
Submit Applications and/or recertification documents
Officer signed Annual Certification and/or financial statements may be submitted in PDF to Credit & Risk Management or via mail to:
720 City Center Drive
Carmel, IN 46032
Market Participants wishing to participate in FTR auctions, Planning Resource Auctions (PRA), and/or virtual trading must allocate a portion of their credit limit to these activities. You can allocate credit to FTR Auctions, PRA, and virtual trading through the Market Portal. You may commence trading activities upon allocation approval.
Requested allocations that cause an MP’s Total Potential Exposure to equal or exceed its Total Credit Limit will be rejected.
Read the Help Center Guide to Submit Credit Cases to learn more about setting FTR auction, allocations and virtual MWh limits.
We work closely with our Market Participants to ensure the financial stability of our FTR Market. We use the following components to determine FTR portfolio residual value:
The calculation methodology is outlined in section V.B.4 of Attachment L of the MISO Tariff.
View MCC Values in the navigator below.