US adoption of SA-CCR means easing for derivatives clearers and incremental liquidity for big banks

You could hear the collective sigh of relief: at last US regulators have issued final rules for adopting the Standardized Approach for measuring counterparty credit risk (SA-CCR). Here’s a review of what happened, what it means and who are winners and losers.
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