Foreign bank IHCs run more funding risk than US peers

More than 80% of foreign banks' short-term borrowings mature within 30 days

The US holding companies of foreign banks depend on short-term funding to a greater extent than large domestic US lenders, Risk Quantum analysis shows.

Eleven US intermediate holding companies had 83% of short-term wholesale funding maturing within 30 days at end-2018 in aggregate. The corresponding percentage at the eight US global systemically important banks was 78%. The IHCs also had a larger share of STWF maturing between 31 and 90 days, at 10%, than the G-Sibs, at 8%. 

Of the IHCs

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