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CalPERS revealed as OCC’s liquidity facility source with eSecLending

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CHICAGO and BOSTON (March 10, 2015) – The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) and eSecLending announced today that they collaborated with CalPERS to develop a product to help OCC diversify and increase their committed liquidity resources while offering a compelling risk-adjusted return for CalPERS.  The fully collateralized facility offers the OCC, the world’s largest equity derivatives clearing organization, a source of timely access to liquidity while maintaining CalPERS’ conservative risk profile.

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Options Clearing Corp down in seclending for Feb 2015

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OCC’s securities lending CCP activity was down 9 percent in new loans from February 2014 with 97,356 transactions last month. Year-to-date stock loan activity is up 4 percent from 2014 with 203,122 new loan transactions in 2015. The average daily loan value cleared by OCC in February was $165,142,278,709.

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Bank Regulators Re-Propose Rule for Margin on Uncleared Swaps

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This afternoon, the Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Farm Credit Administration, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (the "Prudential Regulators") released re-proposed rules requiring swap dealers and major swap participants* to hold margin for uncleared swaps (the "Re-Proposed Margin Rules"). The Re-Proposed Margin Rules are available here.

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Bank Regulators Re-Propose Rule for Margin on Uncleared Swaps

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This afternoon, the Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Farm Credit Administration, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (the "Prudential Regulators") released re-proposed rules requiring swap dealers and major swap participants* to hold margin for uncleared swaps (the "Re-Proposed Margin Rules"). The Re-Proposed Margin Rules are available here.

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Bank Regulators Re-Propose Rule for Margin on Uncleared Swaps

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This afternoon, the Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Farm Credit Administration, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (the "Prudential Regulators") released re-proposed rules requiring swap dealers and major swap participants* to hold margin for uncleared swaps (the "Re-Proposed Margin Rules"). The Re-Proposed Margin Rules are available here.

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