A rare black eye in the peer to peer repo space shows the need for careful due diligence (Premium Content)

It’s not the first time nor will it be the last, but its always bad news: somebody thought they were being clever by falsifying documents in a direct, or peer to peer, repo transaction, leaving the cash provider bilked out of millions and the fraudster in jail. This has caused some real damage for the institutions involved. We dig into the details and offer suggestions for avoiding fraud in what otherwise is a market we appreciate and support.

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