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Research Summary: Prime Brokerage, Margin, Collateral and Data

This summary is based on research conducted between February and March 2021 with 20 banks looking at current trends and priorities for Prime Brokers in the Margin, Collateral and Data areas.

 

This was a global survey, with a total of 20 participants, that included a range of large and mid-sized banks. The job titles of the participants were typically: COO Markets, Head of Prime Services, Head of Operations, Head of Risk Technology, Head of Collateral Management, Head of Architecture, Head of Fixed Income and Currencies.

The research was conducted primarily via an online survey, supported by telephone interviews as required.

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