N.Y. Fed Panel Floats Repo Reforms

Sloan, Steven
December 2009
American Banker;12/23/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 227, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that a committee assembled by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is considering whether to place restrictions on securities involved in tri-party repurchase agreements. The committee, which includes representatives from Bank of America Securities LLC, Goldman Sachs & Co., and other firms, also is pondering the creation of an industry entity that could absorb losses arising from such agreements.


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