State Street has aimed to offer new products and services to help combat consistent falls in revenues for its securities finance business.
JP Morgan gives buy-side clients an eagle-eye view of their assets to meet rising collateral demands
JP Morgan's Collateral Transport tool will act as the 'brain' for buy-side firms to manage assets used for securities lending or to meet margin calls.
The new members include CalSTRS, AustralianSuper, and Thrivent Financial, as the new trade body aims to promote peer-to-peer lending among a wider range of firms.
The potential for lending ETF units to generate additional yield could be significant, as investors focus on driving recovery in returns after the COVID-19 crisis.
State Street has been appointed the securities lending agent for four Nuveen mutual funds with assets of over $4 billion.
In the first month of using SimCorp’s SFTR cloud solution, PGGM has processed over 320 trades and over 590 valuations.
Cowen recruits Deutsche Bank's former head of prime brokerage Americas sales to bolster global securities finance division.
Partnership will see the expansion of e-contracts to help facilitate greater automation in the securities lending markets.
North American pension fund giants set up new association to encourage peer-to-peer securities lending
The associations aims to create a more efficient and actionable way to encourage peer-to-peer trading activity in the securities lending and repo markets for the benefit of asset owners.
The massive fall in revenues was largely caused by lower market valuations and short-selling bans enacted worldwide by regulators.