We review the US regulatory capital rule on excluding US Treasuries and central bank deposits from the Supplementary Leverage Ratio (Premium)

US regulators have released a more detailed rule for exempting US Treasuries (UST) from the Supplementary Leverage Ratio (SLR), along with central bank deposits. Banks have begun to ask for the rule to be made permanent past March 31, 2021. This may not mean much today but a permanent change could be important down the road.
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