Capco: Central Clearing calls for effective collateral management

As Central Clearing is more and more widely adopted around the globe, collateral, especially highly liquid collateral, is in high demand. Compared with bilateral transactions, central counterparties (CCPs) not only require the clearing members to post collateral for Variation Margin (VM) but also other margins such as Initial Margin (IM) and Delivery Margin (DM) , and contribution to Default Funds (DF). The latter, in particular IM, can be substantially higher than VM, depending on the type of

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