ICMA ERC: Collateral is the new cash: the systemic risks of inhibiting collateral fluidity

The paper from ICMA’s European Repo Council describes the increasing importance of collateral and how it effectively underpins the functioning of capital markets that provide the basis for economic growth.

The paper calls for regulators to consider the impact of financial regulation on the movement of collateral, highlighting the potential systemic risks of inhibiting collateral fluidity  and the negative impact this could have on the stability and efficiency of capital markets.

Click here to view the paper.

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