Deutsche Bank cuts leverage exposure by 6%

Deutsche Bank shed around $71 billion in leverage exposures in the second quarter, taking its total to €1.32 trillion ($1.54 trillion) from €1.4 trillion at end-March, as part of its ongoing efforts to bolster its leverage ratio.   

The bulk of the reduction was made by cutting securities financing transactions (SFT) exposures by almost a third, to €97 billion from €136 billion at end-March. These are exposures related to repurchase agreements and securities borrowed and lent out from its

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