US House of Reps green lights options capital relief

The US House of Representatives on Tuesday unanimously approved a bill that aims to increase the risk sensitivity of the capital treatment of certain cleared options.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 11 Jul 2018

The Options Markets Stability Act encourages market makers to offer listed options to investors looking to hedge market risk by providing them with capital relief.

The bill proposed to make the capital treatment of options more risk-sensitive and less weighted towards a risk insensitive leverage ratio. More risk ...

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