PGGM links up to Eurex buy-side repo clearing

Dutch firm PGGM has become the first pension fund manager to centrally clear repo using Eurex’s ISA direct service, which offers buy-side tailored clearing memberships.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 22 Jan 2019
Eurex Clearing claims that the service addresses repo market liquidity concerns as well as regulatory-driven challenges. Users gain legal and beneficial collateral ownership but their default fund and default management obligations would be covered by a clearing agent — in this case Société Générale. This addresses pension fund ...

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