Leverage ratio rules need to account for the exposure reducing effects of segregated client margin
O’Malia, chief executive of the International
Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda), has urged global
regulators to review the leverage ratio rules to take into
account the exposure reducing effects of segregated client
In a blog piece
released on Thursday, O’Malia, said the Basel
Committee on Banking Supervision’s leverage ratio
rules failed to take into account the protections given to
collateral put forward by clients for the purpose of clearing
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