The study has found that firms may struggle to access the collateral they need to trade at the same levels
Market infrastructure providers and varying regulatory
policies could limit firms’ access to collateral
for cleared derivatives, according to a new study.
Conducted by two professors of the London School of
Economics, and supported by the Depository Trust & Clearing
Corporation (DTCC), the survey found there was not a shortage
of collateral, despite tighter risk controls on derivatives,
but participants will face difficulties accessing it.
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