Yearning for yield

Custody banks BNY Mellon and State Street both want to tilt their investment portfolios away from the most liquid assets towards higher-yielding instruments. Each firm piled into high-quality liquid assets (HQLA) over the first half of the year, in part as a way to park cash thrust upon them by clients in the midst of the coronavirus panic. Over Q3, they began allocating more to non-HQLA in a bid to enhance portfolio yield.

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