StanChart’s derivatives exposures climb 42% in 2019

UK bank Standard Chartered disclosed derivatives exposures, as defined under the leverage ratio, of $26.2 billion at end-2019, up +42% on the year before.

StanChart also saw its overall leverage exposure expand the most of the three UK global systemically important banks (G-Sibs), by +6% to $795.7 billion.

The other two UK G-Sibs, HSBC and Barclays, saw derivatives exposures fall year-on-year, by -10% to $136.6 billion and -13% to £105.9 billion, respectively. Other top UK lenders Lloyds and R

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