Large EU prop traders dump once-loved capital method

When European lawmakers were drafting the Investment Firms Regulation, proprietary trading firms fought long and hard to be allowed to calculate their capital requirements using margin haircuts from their clearing banks. Now it turns out late changes to the rules have made this method much less appealing, and only a minority of firms adopted it.

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