Systemic eurozone banks expand cleared portfolios

Cleared trades have steadily grown as a share of systemic eurozone banks’ aggregate over-the-counter derivatives portfolios over the six years through to 2019, data from the European Banking Authority shows.

As of the end of last year, 56% of the notional OTC derivatives amounts held by the eight current global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) in the eurozone were cleared, compared with 49% in 2013. Over this period, total derivatives notionals held by these banks shrunk 30% to €98.64

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