Wednesday news roundup: corporate bond liquidity; the leverage ratio; asset managers and capital requirements (Premium Content)

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Its been a big week in securities finance news with many notable points that we haven’t gotten a chance to cover yet. When stories like Fed Governor Tarullo talking about liquidity regulation and the launch of the BNYM/CME tri-party repo indices are out there, other news can get crowded out. Today’s news roundup brings coverage on corporate bond liquidity, the leverage ratio, CCP stress tests, asset managers on capital requirements, and a new industry partnership of note.

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Bank of New York Mellon and the CME have announced a collaboration to produce indices based on tri-party repo and futures contracts on those indices. This was long expected but could also be an uphill battle.

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