Nasdaq liquidity risk jumps 15% on increased settlement flows

Maximum amount owed to CCP by single member in stress scenario rises in Q4

Nasdaq Clearing’s liquidity risk rose 15% in the fourth quarter of 2023, following increased market activity at the end of the year.

Liquidity risk – as measured by the largest payment a single clearing member would owe the central counterparty (CCP) in extreme but plausible market conditions – hit Skr38.2 billion ($3.7 billion) across all currencies. It was the highest amount since Nasdaq switched to a new liquidity-at-risk (LAR) model in Q2 2023. 

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