Rabobank shuns wholesale funding

Rabobank continued to wean itself off wholesale funding, cutting obligations by €7.2 billion ($8.1 billion), or 5%, in 2018.

The Dutch lender ended the year with €153 billion of wholesale funds outstanding, near its €150 billion target. 

Rabobank has made reducing its dependence on capital markets for funding a key plank of its 2016–20 strategic framework. Wholesale borrowings are down 29% on 2014, when the total amount topped €216 billion. 

Over the same period, customer deposits have

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