How bank treasury managers allocate balance sheet and implications for repo (Premium)

An important question for any collateralized trading desk is how much balance sheet (or “sheet”) they have to work with. This is typically determined by a central bank treasury department that decides how much return is possible at the business level vs. how much sheet does the business consume. A new survey updates our understanding on how bank treasury managers are making their decisions in 2020.
This content requires free registration (unlocked content) or a Finadium subscription. Log in or get access today by signing up here.

Related Posts

Previous Post
Negative leaning WSJ article on securities lending vs. shareholder voting
Next Post
ESMA renews decision requiring net short position holders to report positions of 0.1%+

Related Posts

Fill out this field
Fill out this field
Please enter a valid email address.

Menu
X

Reset password

Create an account