Lending From Within

Securities lending—the  loaning of securities by one portfolio to another for a fee—has long been the purview of defined benefit (DB) plans, where it might allow the plan sponsor to turn otherwise “idle” portfolio assets into income-generators. After all, many market activities still require the ability to physically deliver securities, most commonly to prevent a failed sale or to facilitate a short sale.  

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