US regulators want uncleared bilateral repo data – here’s the best way to get it

US regulators are saying publicly that they want to collect uncleared bilateral repo data. These transactions are often conducted between banks and hedge funds with the hedge fund as collateral provider. The brute force way to get the data is to require submission to a Trade Repository of sorts. The US has a better option.
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