As you reevaluate your margin and collateral management practices, discover the automation, security and clarity that can come from the right solution.
Collateralize a variety of transactions
Explore ways to free up liquidity
Improve operational efficiencies across market participants
You need to know where your collateral is and be able to access and move it among counterparties as needed to support financial transactions.
View the details of collateral positions, as well as margin excesses and deficits.
Access data interactively, online and real-time or download the data in a variety of formats
Increase transparency because the amount of your collateral is always visible and available without the risk of rehypothecation by the counterparty
Collateral segregation helps to expedite return of assets upon a counterparty’s default.
Post and maintain securities in segregated collateral accounts
Segregate from one collateral provider account to multiple counterparties in a highly scalable manner
Agree to the collateral amount to be segregated through matching instructions from counterparties as additional safeguards
Collateral Management and Segregation in Motion
Are you asking the right questions about collateral management and segregation?
With regulatory and market changes having a significant impact on balance sheet management, liquidity and financing, institutional investors and financial institutions need to consider collateral holistically across a variety of transactions.
Global regulatory reform is reshaping and redefining the way institutions are required to post margin, manage collateral and segregate assets.
Watch our latest video to see how collateral segregation has evolved after the 2008 financial crisis and to learn how BNY Mellon’s suite of collateral segregation tools, technology and solutions can help you navigate the regulatory reforms.
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.
Tasked with finding segregation and collateral solutions that are economically viable while meeting new regulations across multiple regions - all without the final rules set in stone – what does Dominick Falco, BNY Mellon’s new global head of segregation product, have planned?
“While the implementation dates for market changes and new requirements vary, the impact is reshaping and redefining the way institutions are required to post margin, manage collateral and segregate assets.”