A move towards ultrashort cash collateral vehicles has some worried about liquidity risk (Premium)

New survey data shows US asset managers increasing their use of ultra-short funds for securities lending cash collateral investments. Is this slight increase in risk over prime funds a cause of concern or just business as usual?
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