Regulations are increasing the demand for more collateral and changing the dynamic of financial transactions and their liquidity profiles. We can help you move your collateral where you need it, when you need it with our collateral management solutions.
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At a recent webinar, BNY Mellon and experts from the asset management industry discussed the drivers, mechanics and challenges of using money market funds as collateral.
Regulation and changing market dynamics have moved collateral into the spotlight and have had a profound effect on how market participants pursue their trading and investment strategies. In this third paper in our collateral management series, we explore a range of innovative solutions available from BNY Mellon that can help financial institutions and institutional investors meet today’s collateral challenges.
We (The Field Effect and BNY Mellon) will consider the current and future collateral impacts and consequences – both direct and indirect, concentrating on market behaviour. The importance of understanding the ‘consequences of change’ is a key theme which runs throughout this Paper.
Regulation and market changes have increased the demands on collateral sourcing, funding and mobility. Over the past two decades, collateral management has evolved within the buyside and sell-side communities, helping them find the most effective use of available assets to post as collateral.
We (The Field Effect and BNY Mellon) believe the series to be essential reading for asset managers, pension funds, insurance companies, banks and broker-dealers, as it will translate complex regulatory and market structure changes into straightforward operational imperatives.
The rules for asset segregation under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) may have an adverse impact on tri-party collateral management.
Collateral is the currency of the capital markets and flows through more transactions than ever before. The buy side is looking at a new horizon, where new thinking, approaches and strategies are key to a successful future, says Staffan Ahlner of BNY Mellon.
Discover within our Collateral Universe an expansive and growing range of solutions designed to help you source and mobilise eligible collateral to meet margin requirements and other obligations.