The Purple Issue X
We have reached a milestone! Welcome to the 10th issue of The Purple. In response to market demand, we are excited to continue to publish The Purple on a quarterly basis. In this issue, we focus on the most recent trends and delve deep into the data with a series of infographics that illustrate the global securities finance market.
As market volatility continued alongside inflation and recessionary concerns, the securities lending markets experienced revenue growth of 12% in Q3 2022 versus Q3 2021, bringing year-to-date revenue in 2022 to $7.45 billion, up 8% over the first three quarters last year. Read all about the key drivers of revenue in Q3 Insights.
We look forward to seeing you at all the upcoming industry conferences and events as we round out 2022. We are already looking forward to our next issue, where we will recap the full year 2022—which looks poised to be another strong year for our market.
Head of Data & Analytics Solutions, EquiLend
As the financial crisis roiled the global markets in 2008, the business models of these dealers were about to fundamentally change.
Australia: Down Under in Securities Finance Robert Antelmann, Product Specialist, DataLend September 19, 2018 THE AUSTRALIAN EQUITIES market was placed third in Asia Pacific by market size behind Japan and Hong Kong, respectively, in 2017. The equities securities lending market in Australia is characterized by a decentralized network of bilateral relationships consisting of both onshore
Accesing China Chris Benedict, Director, DataLend April 11, 2018 Investors have been clamoring for access to China’s capital markets for decades. With China having overtaken the U.S. as the world’s largest economy last year (although the U.S. is still top in terms of gross domestic product, at $18.6 trillion), investors’ desire for exposure to mainland
REGIONAL FOCUS: ASIA PACIFIC ROBERT ANTELMANN Product Specialist, DataLend September 26, 2017 Securities finance revenue in Asia ex-Japan for the first half of 2017 fell when compared to the same period in 2016. Overall revenue for the region was down by 17% year over year, from $615.4 million in 2016 to $508.5 million this year.