Liquidity Alliance Research
The members of The Liquidity Alliance will exchange information, identify common needs and extend global collateral solutions while encouraging the development of informed research, which The Liquidity Alliance will promote as a neutral source of pan-industry information, ideas and opinions.
The Liquidity Alliance will encourage greater pan-industry partnership and cooperation through promotion of expert insight, ideas and research to be shared with industry peers, media and interested parties through communication activities such as conferences and other events.
In addition to events, The Liquidity Alliance disseminates the result of research into the global collateral challenge. The following list presents an overview of recent market studies.
Strate-commissioned study on Determining the impact of the collateral management solution for the South African market
Research and consulting in financial markets, for example T2S, Collateral and Liquidity: Building a Strategy for Growth, Central Securities Depositories and the Evolution of Collateral Management and Investing in Collateral Management.
Bank for International Settlements
September 2014 report on developments in collateral management services
ICMA's European Repo Council
Papers and surveys on the European repo market such as Collateral is the new cash: the systemic risks of inhibiting collateral fluidity
Sapient Global Markets
Collateral Survey from March 2014 that shows how firms are managing and processing collateral
Clearstream-commissioned study on Collateral optimisation - the value chain of collateral: Liquidity, cost and capital perspectives
Publications on financial services, including Going secured – Trends in European bank-to-client secured money markets
Reserve Bank of Australia
Australian-centered studies, for example on Currency demand during the global financial crisis – evidence from Australia and Financial regulation and Australian Dollar liquid assets
De Nederlandsche Bank
Relevant studies include Is collateral becoming scarce? Evidence from the Euro area and The post-crisis world of collateral and international liquidity