2) Lack of effective security liquidation plans in the event of a trader defaultIng The deposit market is an important source of money for large non-depository financial institutions, which can compete with the traditional bank deposit sector in its size. Large institutional investors, such as money funds, lend money to financial institutions such as investment banks, either in exchange (or through secured guarantees), such as government bonds and mortgage-backed securities held by borrowing financial institutions. It is estimated that $1 trillion a day of guarantees are being implemented in U.S. pension markets.   Pension transactions are generally short-term transactions, often literally overnight. However, some contracts are open and do not have a fixed due date, but the reverse transaction is usually done within one year. The parts of the repurchase and reverse-repurchase agreement are defined and agreed upon at the beginning of the agreement. The distinguishing feature of a tripartite body is that a deposit bank or an international clearing organization, tripartite representatives, acts as an intermediary between the two parties to the “Repo”. The tripartite representative is responsible for managing the transaction, including the allocation of security, market marking and security substitution. In the United States, the two main sorting agents are the Bank of New York Mellon and JP Morgan Chase, while in Europe, the main sorting agents are Euroclear and Clearstream with SIX that offer services in the Swiss market. The size of the U.S. three-part pension market peaked in 2008 at about $2,800 billion before reaching the worst effects of the crisis, and by mid-2010 it was about $1.6 trillion.  A pension contract (PR) is a short-term loan in which both parties agree to the sale and future repurchase of assets within a certain contract term.
The seller sells a treasury order or other state security with the promise to repurchase them at a given time and at a price that includes an interest payment. In a pension agreement, a trader sells securities to a counterparty with the agreement to buy them back at a higher price at a later date. The trader takes short-term measures at a favourable interest rate with a low risk of loss. The transaction is concluded with a reverse-repo. That is, the counterparty resold them as agreed to the trader.