Derivatives exposures at US G-Sibs on the wane

The eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) slashed their derivatives exposure by almost $34 billion in the three months to end-September, making this the third consecutive quarter of reductions. 

Total derivatives exposures, as published in banks’ supplementary leverage ratio (SLR) reports, stood at $1.6 trillion at the end of the third quarter – their lowest level since public disclosures began in 2016. 

Bank of America hewed the most from its second-quarter total, reducing

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