CCP Loss Allocation at the End of the Waterfall


CCPs will be required to establish robust recovery, continuity and resolution mechanisms. These must be addressed in relation to two situations: (1) at the “end of the default waterfall”; and (2) where there are non-default losses (NDL) that exceed a clearinghouse’s financial resources above the minimum regulatory capital requirements. This paper is in response to industry efforts to develop an effective recovery, continuity and resolution framework for central counterparties and reflects consensus views of the ISDA Risk and Margin Regulatory Implementation Committee (RIC).

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