Some say the delay reflects concerns about the proposal among senior SEC officials The US Securities and Exchange Commission is delaying a decision on whether to approve a proposal by the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation to establish a $74 billion liquidity facility for its US Treasury and repo clearing house. The SEC was expected to approve the plan no later than September 16 – six months after the DTCC published its proposed rule change in the Federal Register.
Peer-to-peer platforms would allow money market funds to face off against collateral providers directly without bank intermediation Despite a surge in US Treasuries-backed repo volume in 2017, liquidity for buy-side institutions has been hard to come by in the dealer-to-client market. Peer-to-peer repo providers, however, are claiming they can not only unlock extra liquidity for the buy side, but also do it at better prices.
Like an occasionally off-key understudy for a big Broadway show, the US repo market is set to take Libor’s starring role in the financial markets while some fear it is not ready for the limelight. The choice of the repo-backed Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) as Libor’s replacement was taken in June by an industry working group, following a turbulent 12 months for the market: interbank trading between JP Morgan and BNY Mellon broke down, and there were repeated dislocations at quarter-en
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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