Securities lending explained

Rebate rate

The securities lending rebate rate is the interest the lender pays to the borrower when cash is used as collateral and this cash is reinvested.

When a lender reinvests the cash used as collateral, an agreed upon proportion of the reinvestment return (or interest) is paid to the borrower, this is called the rebate rate.

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