Sentiment shifts on securities lending


Credit concerns among lenders, an appetite for more transparency and the incursions by regulators are changing the way the securities lending market operates.

The securities lending process begins with large institutional investors such as pension funds which have traditionally made their long holdings available for loan through their custodian banks. Loaning securities generates a small revenue stream which can help these investors to offset their custody fees and other operational costs.


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