the owner of Securities lends the Securities, which loan is often secured by collateral (which may be cash or non-cash collateral) at an agreed date, for a specified timeframe and price. The stock borrower supplies the collateral and pays a fee or interest on the stock being lent, often pursuant to a Securities Lending Agreement.
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