The FSB tackles asset managers offering indemnification as securities lending agents

In their recent consultative document, “Proposed Policy Recommendations to Address Structural Vulnerabilities from Asset Management Activities,” the Financial Stability Board included a section on securities lending. The big concern is on asset managers providing counterparty default indemnification and what that might mean for systemic risk. Should the FSB really be preoccupied with this? Here’s our analysis.
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