US mutual funds’ low non-cash collateral use sparks concerns on competitiveness (Premium)

US mutual funds and ETFs reported a slight increase in their utilization of non-cash collateral in securities lending from 2019 to 2020. This is leading to concerns that funds may be left behind as securities lenders in the competitive market without even considering whether or not there are future projected changes in allowable collateral.
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