Debating solutions to the US Supplementary Leverage Ratio problem (Premium)

The US Supplementary Leverage Ratio (SLR) isn’t working very well, that much we know. As a non-risk based measurement of risk, it captures every asset with the same risk weighting whether or not there is any real risk there. The debate is now escalating about what adjustments should be made to reduce the damage.
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