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  • Libor: preparing for the next phases

    Experts discussed next steps in the Libor transition including risks, challenges, and opportunities at an event hosted by Linklaters

  • Roupie on sec finance, SFTR and the evolution of trading

    Christophe Roupie, head of Europe and Asia for MarketAxess Europe and Trax, on sec finance, SFTR and the evolution of trading

  • Making moves in Mexico

    Proposed changes to the structure of Mexico’s pension system could pave the way to increased participation in securities lending transactions. Ceri Jones reports.

  • Securities finance regulatory rundown

    Chen Xu, associate at Debevoise & Plimpton, offers an overview of the regulatory agenda impacting the securities finance industry in the US

  • Cannabis continues to light up Canadian sec finance

    Cannabis stocks continue to drive momentum in the Canadian securities finance market

  • A fresh look at lending

    Market experts met in London in April to discuss the current trends shaping the securities lending market

  • SFTR: The impact on Asia

    Nick Lord looks at the many ways that SFTR is likely to affect the Asian market

  • Breaking down the Wall

    After years of false starts, it looks like 2019 is the year that the Chinese securities lending market finally opens up

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