Goldman Sachs leads US firms on non-bank assets

Goldman Sachs held the most non-bank assets of lenders that participate in annual Federal Reserve stress tests as of end-March.

The New York-based dealer had $837.7 billion of non-bank assets, constituting 91% of total consolidated assets.

US global systemically important banks disclosed $3.7 trillion of non-bank assets in aggregate as of end-March, about 32% of their total.

Non-G-Sibs that take part in the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review stress tests had $975 billion of non-bank

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