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Securities Finance Times: Rethinking the Economics of Indemnification

Securities lending indemnification is mispriced, subsidised by the agent providers and not all it’s cracked up to be as a risk mitigant, according to Credit Benchmark’s co-founder Mark Faulkner. He talks to Bob Currie of Securities Finance Times about how to reset the economics of the agency lending market.





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