Fund managers, broker-dealers, and clearing banks JP Morgan Chase and Bank of New York Mellon are hard at work to reduce the multimillion dollar intraday credit risk the two clearing banks face each day as they process tri-party repurchase agreements.

Their tack? Adopting new standardized electronic messaging and operating procedures.

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