JP Morgan extends run as top repo dealer to US funds

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JP Morgan retained its position as the largest repo dealer to US mutual funds for a third consecutive quarter, despite seeing its share of non-cleared trading shrink from 11% to 7% in Q1 2022.

The bank was named as the counterparty for $8.9 billion of trades that were on US funds’ books at their Q1 reporting dates. Bank of America was in second place with $7.9 billion of all reported trades, while Morgan Stanley leapt into third spot following a $6 billion surge in its share of the market.


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