Treasury Requests Public Feedback for Trade Transparency

Working to build market resiliency for the country and globe.

The Department of the Treasury published a request for information (RFI) last week to ask for public feedback on post-trade data transparency in the Treasury market. The Treasury market is used to finance the federal government and provide stable, liquid assets for both private and corporate ventures. The Treasury hopes that public feedback can provide insightful ways for them to create more stability and transparency for this vast pool of resources.

“The Treasury market has grown significantly relative to the balance sheets of traditional intermediaries, and technology, trading, and investment practices have evolved substantially in recent years,” Under Secretary of the Treasury Nellie Liang said. “Our efforts to strengthen the resilience of the Treasury market will help ensure that it continues to serve its central role in the global financial system.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Under Secretary Liang as the Treasury Department invites input regarding investments and trading information.
  • For Treasury officials to conduct department business with honesty and integrity.

Sources: Department of Treasury


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