Where does the SEC stand on no action letters for asset managers in securities lending? (Premium)

We recently spoke with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on their thinking about issuing no action letters for asset managers to launch their own direct or affiliated securities lending programs. In truth, they didn’t tell us much. But we have some ideas about where things are heading.
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