FX swaps clearing redux

SA-CCR could unleash the potential of clearing, and may ignite some big changes

More often than not, when describing an upcoming regulatory framework, the accompanying illustration is something along the lines of a set of strings twisted together, entangling everything they encounter in their path. 

But in the case of the standardised approach to counterparty credit risk (SA-CCR), the image more likely to spring to mind would be a pair of scissors cutting those strings off, or someone untangling the mess.

The new framework replaces the existing counterparty credit risk

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