publication . Preprint . 2013

The Changing Collateral Space

Manmohan Singh;
Open Access
  • Published: 28 Jan 2013
This paper highlights the changing collateral landscape and how it may shape the global demand/supply for collateral. We first identify the key collateral pools (relative to the “old” collateral space) and associated collateral velocities. Post-Lehman and continuing into the European crisis, some aspects of unconventional monetary policies pursued by central banks are significantly altering the collateral space. Moreover, regulatory demands stemming from Basel III, Dodd Frank, EMIR etc., new net debt issuance, and collateral connectivity via custodians (e.g., Euroclear/ Clearstream/ BoNY etc) will affect collateral movements.
free text keywords: International financial markets;velocity/re-use of collateral, central banks and QE, LCR, CCPs, custodians, CSDs, collateral, bonds, financial markets, derivatives market, hedge, Government Policy and Regulation, International Monetary Arrangements and Institutions, Corporation and Securities Law, Government Policy and Regulation,
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