JSCC increases skin in the game after merger

CCP added ¥2.4 billion to cover commodities contracts

The Japan Securities Clearing Corporation’s (JSCC) skin in the game increased more than 9% over the third quarter, following the integration of the Japan Commodity Clearing House (JCCH).

Own funds held by JSCC to handle a participant collapse amounted to ¥27.6 billion ($266 million) at end-September. This is up from ¥25.3 billion at end-June. The additional ¥2.4 billion was posted to cover the default of participants in the newly-integrated commodities clearing services.

The integration of

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