Do EU margin requirements on anti-procyclicality for CCPs help or hurt risk management?

EMIR wants CCPs to hold more margin, in effect making CCPs into virtual fortresses. But the costs associated are high and the potential to push risk into markets or firms is real. We examine ESMA’s latest consultation paper draft on anti-procyclicality margin measures for CCPs to better understand EU regulatory thinking.
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