Collateral Direct Access To Prompt Face-Off

As complete segregation of client collateral via third-party custodian agreements begins to take hold, dealers are looking to stand firm on their right to dispute buyside collateral calls on events outside of default.

  • 01 Dec 2011

As complete segregation of client collateral via third-party custodian agreements begins to take hold, dealers are looking to stand firm on their right to dispute buyside collateral calls on events outside of default. End users are pushing to block that move to secure their assets.

Against that backdrop, the ...

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