A first look at who gets what data in the SEC’s proposal on securities lending transparency

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued today a major new proposal that would require all lenders to report the details of their loans to a registered national securities association (RNSA), which means FINRA. We review the sections on who gets access to the data and how fast.
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