U.S. Insurers Exposure to Securities Lending and Repurchase Agreements

by Jennifer Johnson and Jean-Baptiste Carelus of the NAIC

"For U.S. insurers, securities lending generally represents a potentially low-risk asset management strategy. Insurers earn a modest income on fees charged to counterparties (or “borrowers”) on securities lent, as well as earn additional yield income on the cash or securities received in exchange for the loaned securities (the “collateral”)."

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U.S. Insurers Exposure to Securities Lending and Repurchase Agreements

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