Regulatory Issues Confronting the Options Industry

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

The OCC has a number of regulatory initiatives it would like to accomplish in the coming years, and in this video Craig Donohue, OCC executive chairman and CEO, talks about two key calculations that need changing. First, regulators need to adopt a risk weighted asset calculation that better reflects the true exposure of a clearing member firm. Second, the OCC wants to make sure that the supplemental leverage ratio includes customer initial margin. The OCC is working on potential interpretive relief or narrowly tailored rulemaking in the interim to help ease the burden.

 

 

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