White paper argues up to 97% savings from using a securities lending CCP, but best to look a little closer before repeating those figures

In a move that has both marketing and political implications, SL-x hired Promontory Financial Group, staffed with a substantial number of senior ex-regulators, to write a white paper in favor of a securities lending CCPs (“Bank Regulatory Capital Requirements for Stock Loan Transactions”). While we entirely agree with some of the points made, the 97% figure raises some questions as to its validity and assumptions. But so what: this is a marketing job for senior compliance and regulatory officers and the point gets made that Qualified CCPs (CCPs, for short) are a good deal. Let’s see what the paper actually said.

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