BNP Paribas grew share of MMF Treasury repo over Q3

French bank accounted for 13% of traded volume as of end-September

French bank BNP Paribas was the top commercial bank counterparty to US money market funds (MMFs) for Treasury repo at end-September, and has grown its share of this business consistently following the coronavirus-inspired market panic.

US MMFs piled $1.07 trillion of cash into repo markets on September 30, of which $629.6 billion used US Treasury bonds as collateral. Funds conducted 13% of these US Treasury repo trades with BNP Paribas. This is up 11% from end-June and less than 7% at end-March.


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