Analysis, Shadow Banking

Archegos three years on: do banks have a better grip on counterparty credit risk?

By Ellesheva Kissin
Image: Mercury Bloomberg

Three years since the Archegos meltdown cost banks billions, regulators — more concerned than ever about banks’ exposure to non-bank behemoths — are pushing out new rules addressing counterparty credit risk.

The March 2021 collapse of family office Archegos thrust non-banks into the spotlight. Since then,

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