Repurchase Agreement Policy

Updated 03/27/2017

A repurchase agreement (repo) is a non-deposit contract between a bank and a third party, often a bank customer. The bank sells an investment security owned by the bank to the bank customer with an agreement to buy back the same security from the bank customer at a stated price on a stated date. This sample policy covers repurchase agreement and repo sweep transactions.

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