What are the Fed’s rules on stays in defaults really trying to accomplish?

Last week we highlighted the Fed’s proposals on stays for qualified financial contracts (QFC), and how this throws into question a fundamental idea in securities finance. There are some deeper concerns here including the fact that institutions of all sizes represent individual investors directly or indirectly, and that maybe regulators want institutions to be uneasy about the risk they are taking in these contracts.

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