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Limits on Broker Use of Client Assets Sought by Global Regulator
by: Jim Brunsden and Rebecca Christie
Friday, August 30, 2013
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Bloomberg -- Brokers face restrictions on using clients’ assets as collateral for other trades, as part of a push by global regulators to prevent the securities lending market from sparking chain reactions that could cause a crisis.

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