OCC member default fund contributions climb 11%

CCP's skin in the game up almost 5%

Members’ contributions to the Options Clearing Corporation’s (OCC) default fund rose 11% in the third quarter of last year to their highest level since Q2 2018.

Total pre-funded required participant payments to the central counterparty (CCP) to handle a member collapse stood at $13.8 billion, with members asked to pour an additional $1.4 billion over the three months to end-September.

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The OCC’s own aggregate pre-funded contributions to its default fund were up almost 5% to $329

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