European Credit Repo Market Ripe for D2C Automation

Highly manual processes in a key European funding market may be forced to automate, industry group suggests.

The credit repo market has bespoke requirements and operates manually, but this may need to change in the future.

The European credit repo market is a relative minnow at around $736 billion in size, making up roughly 13 percent of the overall repo market in Europe, the remainder being attributable to sovereign bond repo. But it fulfills a vital function, ensuring that banks and other participants are able to meet their liquidity requirements on a daily basis.

But in contrast to other markets, practices in credit repo are still highly manual, according to a study by the International Capital Market

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