Liquidity coverage of eurozone G-Sibs diverge in first half of 2019

BNP Paribas sees LCR drop 11.6 percentage points in H1 while Deutsche Bank’s climbs 7.3 percentage points

Four eurozone global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) saw their ratio of liquid assets to net cash outflows fall over the first six months of the year, while three saw them rise. 

The average liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) across Banco Santander, BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole, Deutsche Bank, ING, Societe Generale and UniCredit was 136.2% at end-June, up slightly from 135.8% at the end-2018. Groupe BPCE, the eighth eurozone G-Sib, did not disclose a precise LCR for Q2 2019, but said it was

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