Eurozone G-Sibs’ op RWAs fall €8.1bn in Q1

Systemically important eurozone banks trimmed their operational risk-weighted assets in the first quarter of this year, with Deutsche Bank leading the charge.

On aggregate, the eight eurozone global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) shed €8.1 billion ($9.2 billion) of operational RWAs in the three months to end-March. Deutsche Bank posted the largest decline, of €6.4 billion (7%), to €85.6 billion.

Groupe BPCE followed suit with a €1.7 billion (4.5%) reduction to €36.4 billion. Crédit

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