The Fixed Income Clearing Corporation’s (FICC's) liquidity facility for its mortgage-backed securities division (MBSD) grew 44% in the three months to March 31, to $35.9 billion.
The FICC, a subsidiary of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), maintains a capped contingent liquidity facility (CCLF) to help meet funding needs in the event of a member default. The facility is made up of committed credit lines extended by member firms.
The CCLF at end-March was the largest it has
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