“The establishment of SFGA allows us to better meet the needs of our U.S. mutual fund client base by offering cash collateral management solutions to address their specific risk/return profile,” said eSecLending’s President, Chris Jaynes, in a press release.
eSecLending has a dedicated portfolio management team managing approximately $50 billion in cash collateral through various account structures and strategies. Clients may choose from a range of different collateral management options including eSecLending’s strategies, managing all or a portion of the cash collateral in-house, or using an outside portfolio manager for this service.
More information is at www.eseclending.com .
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