How regulators are thinking about leverage limits for non banks

The regulatory focus on non-bank financial intermediation is gearing up for much closer scrutiny of market participants’ leveraged behavior in 2024, although how any specific proposals translate to mandates is still under heated debate. We highlight some of the regulatory thinking on applying prudential treatment to market-based finance.

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