Liquidity risk of non-systemic US banks differs from G-Sibs

PNC, US Bancorp, Capital One cannot rely on cash inflows in a market panic

The funding profiles of the three largest non-systemically important US banks are radically different from those of their too-big-to-fail peers.

The cash inflows that US Bancorp, PNC, and Capital One could expect to see in a 30-day stress period are much lower than those anticipated by the eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs), according to their newly released liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) disclosures. The ratio of aggregate total cash inflows to outflows among the former

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