In investment banking, the term “securities lending” is also used to describe a service offered to large investors that can allow the investment bank to lend its shares to other people. This often happens to investors of all sizes who have mortgaged their shares to borrow money, to buy more shares, but large investors like pension funds often choose to do so with their unpro promised shares because they receive interest. In this type of agreement, the investor always receives dividends as usual, the only thing he usually cannot do is choose his shares. With the transfer of collateral under the credit agreement, all rights are transferred to the borrower. These include voting rights, the right to dividends and rights to other distributions. Often, the borrower returns payments corresponding to dividends and other returns to the lender. Securities lending is also involved in hedging, arbitrage and fails-driven borrowing. Today, it is generally accepted that the only legally valid consumer credit programs that relate to shares or other securities are those in which the shares remain in the client`s security and account, without being sold through a fully licensed and regulated institution, affiliated with SIPC, FDIC, FINRA and other funded lead regulators, with their own audited financial statements. These are usually available in the form of securities-based lines of credit. Securities lending is legal and clearly regulated in most major global securities markets. Most markets require that securities borrowing be made only for special purposes, which usually include: securities lending has been outstanding for more than 40 years….