BofA the outlier as most US banks improve SLRs in Q3

Bank of America’s supplementary leverage ratio (SLR) slipped 19 basis points over the third quarter, as a surge in repo-style transactions inflated its exposures. In contrast, most other US systemic banks saw their ratios improve over the period.

The aggregate leverage exposure of the eight global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) climbed less than 1% to $13.34 trillion in Q3, after dropping almost 10% the prior quarter following the introduction of temporary relief measures by the Federal

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