EquiLend Revenue and Competitors



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • EquiLend's estimated annual revenue is currently $93.5M per year.(i)
  • EquiLend's estimated revenue per employee is $262,500

Employee Data

  • EquiLend has 356 Employees.(i)
  • EquiLend grew their employee count by 89% last year.
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In 2000, a group of 10 global financial institutions joined together, looking for ways to optimize efficiency in the securities finance industry by developing a standardized and centralized global platform for trading and post-trade services. EquiLend Holdings LLC was formed in 2001, and the platform went live in 2002. Since our launch, we have increased our network to more than 100 clients, released a number of new functions and enhancements, introduced the platform to the global fixed income securities finance community (BondLend) and launched a global securities finance market data service (DataLend). Owners include BlackRock, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Clearing, J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Northern Trust, State Street and UBS.



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EquiLend News

2022-03-22 - EquiLend's securities lending ADV hits new high in February

EquiLend has reported a new trading high on its NGT platform, with average daily trading volumes during February rising to 121,424 trades,...

2019-09-05 - QS Holdco claims new evidence for antitrust case

... including Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch, along with EquiLend, boycotted it's formerly owned securities lending platform, ...

2019-09-04 - We're ready for Brexit, says EquiLend

Securities lending platform EquiLend is set to launch a Dublin-based multilateral trading facility (MTF) next week to ensure its European clients ...

2019-08-08 - Stock loan antitrust lawsuit dismissed

These meetings and other conspiratorial acts allegedly occurred in part at board meetings for EquiLend, a dealer consortium that offered its ...

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