Will the Fed’s removal of SLR relief matter that much? (Premium)

The Federal Reserve announced last week that it was ending the temporary exemption of Treasuries and deposits at Federal Reserve Banks from bank calculations of the Supplementary Leverage Ratio (SLR). This ends a good bit of debate on what should have happened: some sides will cheer and others will be in distress. Past the diatribe though, will ending the exemption make much difference?

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