Loosening ties, pt 2: how US G-Sibs cut intra-system liabilities

The extent of big US banks’ connections with other financial firms affects their systemic risk scores under Federal Reserve rules. Risk Quantum previously explored how the eight US global systemically important banks cut intra-financial system assets at year-end to hit their target scores. A number of G-Sibs also slash intra-financial system liabilities to manage their systemic risk profiles.

JP Morgan reduced intra-financial system liabilities the most of the eight banks in the final quarters

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