Comments on whether the US NSFR will be a binding constraint on securities finance

The final US Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) rules have been expected for some time. Although US regulators produced draft NSFR rules in 2016, the market has still been in discussion on a final outcome. But when the US NSFR finally arrives, will it make a difference to actual market behavior?
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