The Reuse of Assets - Regulatory and Economic Issues
The reuse of assets refers to transactions whereby banks or market infrastructures sell, pledge, or, more generally, transfer an asset that they have received from another market participant. Where this concerns assets provided as a form of collateral, it is a necessary transaction for the proper functioning of certain types of financial transactions, such as securities financing transactions. In this study, the AMF examines the regulatory and economic issues linked to the reuse of assets.
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