RepoClear’s concentration risks see highest rate of increase

LCH's cash bond and repo trade-clearing service has steepest slope of IM and open positions over 2016–22

RepoClear, London-based LCH Ltd’s clearing service for fixed-income contracts, held the highest rate of change of concentration risks over the past six years, a Risk Quantum research of the top 10 central counterparties (CCPs) has found.

Out of 23 clearing services analysed for the period between Q1 2016 and Q3 2022, the slope of concentration of outstanding open positions by RepoClear’s five largest members had a gradient of 1.01.

LCH’s EquityClear was a distant second at 0.51, ahead of the

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