Are securities that a resident holder provides to a nonresident as collateral under a repurchase agreement or a securities lending agreement included in the resident economy’s Coordinated Portfolio Investment Survey (CPIS) database?

Yes. Foreign securities that a resident holder owns and provides as collateral to a nonresident under securities repurchase agreements and securities lending agreements are treated as not having changed economic ownership. These foreign securities remain part of the resident economy’s portfolio investment holdings, and should be reported in the CPIS.

The CPIS dataset can be found here.

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