BNY Mellon provides transparency report on liquidity
BNY Mellon gives institutional investors an entirely new perspective from which they can more effectively view their accounts, calibrate cash allocations, and manage their risks. Through its new Transparency Report, BNY Mellon details an institutional investor’s exposure to specific securities across all of the money market funds and accounts in which they have invested through Liquidity DIRECT.
By enabling institutional investors to view their exposure to not just funds, but also to the specific securities held by the funds, Liquidity DIRECT’s new Transparency Report can enable investors to make better informed investment decisions. The portal is a global liquidity management resource, enabling investors in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific to access securities denominated in currencies appropriate to their region.
Among the asset managers not affiliated with BNY Mellon currently participating in Liquidity DIRECT’s new Transparency Report are Fidelity Institutional Funds, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Invesco Funds, JP Morgan Asset Management, Morgan Stanley Institutional Funds, Wells Fargo Advantage Funds and Western Asset Liquidity Funds. Liquidity DIRECT plans to add Dreyfus Funds and BlackRock to the Transparency.
“The fast pace of Asia’s economic growth continues to outstrip the region's ability to effectively manage its cash,” said Filippo Santilli, Managing Director of Liquidity Services for the Asia-Pacific. “By providing increased transparency, this innovative addition to Liquidity DIRECT will help Asian investors improve investment diversification and risk management.”