US banks pare reliance on unsecured funding

Average share of unsecured wholesale funding falls to 42% in a year

The eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) lowered their exposure to flighty sources of funding in the 12-months to end-September, liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) disclosures show.  

Weighted unsecured wholesale funding outflows, a key component of the LCR’s denominator, fell $44 billion in aggregate over the period, and accounted for 42% of the average G-Sib’s total cash outflows in the third quarter, down from 44% a year prior.

The weighted amount of non-operational deposit

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