At US G-Sibs, off-balance-sheet exposures climb $44bn

Large US banks accumulated more off-balance-sheet items in Q1 2019, reversing the previous quarter’s drop-off.

BofA Securities led the charge, adding $22.1 billion (2.5%) of gross notional in the three months to end-March for a total of $899 billion – the highest since public disclosure began in 2016.

Citi’s exposures climbed $13.3 billion (1.2%) to $1.15 trillion, which was also the highest on public record and the most of the US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs). 

Wells Fargo

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