Off-balance sheet exposures at the eight US systemically important banks (G-Sibs) increased by $28 billion in the second quarter, with Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs leading the charge.
Morgan Stanley reported a $6.6 billion, or 4.3%, increase in these exposures in the three months to June, and Goldman Sachs a $6.9 billion, or 3.8%, rise. Total notional off-balance sheet amounts reported at the two banks were $159.4 billion and $191.7 billion, respectively.
In contrast, BNY Mellon reported a
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