Who gets the business when prime custody maxes out? (Premium Content)

In preparing an August research report on liquid alternatives and leverage patterns, we started to think about who gets the business when prime custody or enhanced custody maxes out? We expect that there are limits to how far prime custodians can go in a liquid alternatives market that could reach US$2 trillion AUM. What happens then?

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