ECB compares central bank collateral frameworks


A European Central Bank (ECB) report, published yesterday, compares the collateral eligibility requirements of central banks, regulators and central counterparties (CCPs), describing the diversification between them as a "positive element" that "enhances [the] resilience" of domestic and international market infrastructures.

The report, compiled by the ECB's contact group on euro securities infrastructures (Cogesi), identifies a range of differences between the types of assets accepted as collat

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