Australian Securities Lending Association
Securities lending is a well established and highly profitable business in most developed international securities markets.
ASLA, the Australian Securities Lending Association, was formed in August 1991 in response to a perceived need amongst industry participants for unified representation in regulatory and other issues relevant to its members.
In addition to ASLA’s role of assisting regulatory development, the Association also promotes standardization throughout the industry in terms of documentation and market practice.
The association is active in the future development of the Securities Lending industry in Australia. Our regular meetings provide a forum for the dissemination of information and the interchange of ideas and responses to market changes.
ASLA membership is open to all industry & non-industry participants. Our current 33 members represent Investment Banks, Custodian & Commercial Banks, Brokers, Legal firms and I.T providers.
The information contained within this website has been compiled from sources which Australian Securities Lending Association (ASLA) and its members believe to be reliable. Reasonable care has been taken with a view to ensuring that facts are accurate and any commentary reasonable.
However, neither ASLA nor any of its members accept any responsibility for the accuracy of facts or for any opinions; commentary or estimates contained within this website whatsoever. This information does not make any recommendation and must not be copied, reproduced or redistributed (in whole or in part) without the prior written consent of ASLA .
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