The following indicators are used to measure and assess the risks of a person who carries out clearing activities (other than a Clearing Center):
SIZE OF REGULATORY CAPITAL. The minimum regulatory capital of a person conducting clearing activities should be not less than the minimum size of the statutory capital established by law for the person who received the license for the conduct of clearing activities.
COEFFICIENT OF COVERING OBLIGATIONS OF CLIENT PARTICIPANTS. It is calculated as the ratio of the amount of liabilities in cash to the clients of the person who carries out the clearing activity, based on the clearing about the contracts of sale and purchase of securities, the term of fulfillment of which obligations has come, to the amount of the cost of pre-reserved participants cash clearing (provision of liabilities (s) and the size of the guarantee (or other similar purpose) fund. Normative value of the coefficient – no more than 1.
FINANCIAL STABILITY COEFFICIENT (for institutions operating as central counterparty only). Calculated as the ratio of the amount of equity capital of the institution to the value of its assets. Normative value of the coefficient – not less than 0,5.
COEFFICIENT OF GENERAL LIQUIDITY. Calculated as the ratio of the value of the current assets of the institution to the value of its current liabilities. Normative value of the coefficient – not less than 1.
COEFFICIENT OF ABSOLUTE LIQUIDITY. It is calculated as the ratio of the cost of highly liquid assets of the institution, which includes cash, their equivalents and current financial investments, to the amount of its current liabilities. Normative value of the coefficient – not less than 0,2.