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A market for direct debt encourages banks to innovate because products initially created and customised by banks often have the potential to be commoditised, standardised and moved from banks to capital markets, which provide them at lower overhead cost. In the United States, bank loans and bankers’ acceptances predated commercial paper and other direct money market debt. More recently, banks helped to create money market mutual funds, futures markets, junk bonds and assetbacked securities, all of which then moved outside the banking system to a large degree.

The Securities and Exchange Commission disclaims responsibility for any private publication or statement of any SEC employee or Commissioner. This article expresses the author’s views and does not necessarily reflect those of the Commission, the Commissioners, or other members of the staff. See “US Securities and Exchange Commission Report to the Congress: Impact of Technology on Securities Markets”, 1996. See “E-Commerce in the Fixed-Income Markets: The 2005 Review of Electronic Transaction Systems” by the Bond Market Association (BMA), December 2005.

6 See Paula Dwyer, “Never Cross a Bond Dealer”, Business Week, 9 March 1998; and Testimony of Larry E. Fondren before the US House of Representatives Subcommittee on Finance and Hazardous Materials, Hearing on Electronic Commerce: Investing Online, 18 June 1998. 7 The BMA created a system to promote transparency after the NASD agreed with Chairman Levitt to promote transparency, and subsequent to a hearing on transparency by the US House of Representatives Subcommittee on Finance and Hazardous Materials in September 1998.

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