Off-balance-sheet exposures at US systemic banks jump $67bn

Off-balance-sheet assets climbed to $4.27 trillion at the eight US global systemically important banks in Q2, up nearly 2% on the previous quarter.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch built up these exposures by the most of the group, adding $22.7 billion (2.5%) on Q1 to total $921 billion.

JP Morgan followed suit, increasing assets by $17.6 billion (1.6%) to $1.13 trillion on the quarter, while Citi added $10.7 billion (0.9%) to reach $1.16 trillion.

Wells Fargo saw off-balance-sheet exposures

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