Systemic US banks’ market risk charges fall from Covid highs

Regulatory charges for market risk at the eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) dropped in aggregate in the third quarter after hitting multiyear highs in Q2. BNY Mellon, Citi and State Street bucked the trend, though, as their charges actually climbed quarter-on-quarter.

The combined standardised capital requirement for market risk of the eight firms was $37.3 billion at end-September, down almost 8% from $40.4 billion three months prior. The Q2 total was the highest since Q1

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