T+1 can be a new catalyst for ISLA’s Securities Lending Performance Management goals

The International Securities Lending Association (ISLA) published Securities Lending Performance Measurement in 2020, a review of how beneficial owners and agent lenders assess securities lending performance and what improvements ought to be made for everyone’s benefit. A go-live date of May 2024 for T+1 in the US and Canada and ongoing discussions in Europe about when T+1 makes sense could fast-forward ISLA’s objectives.
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