Derivatives Clearing Organizations Regulation - Comment Letter - JP Morgan Chase - November 17, 2010

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From the comment letter:

JP Morgan Chase believes "that no institution, including clearing members and clearing houses should be too big to fail. The policy objectives of the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act would be well served by promoting systemic stability and ensuring safety and soundness of exchanges, SEFs and clearing houses, and by requiring that these institutions have adequate capital to absorb losses and sufficient liquidity to safeguard the system."

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