US G-Sibs saw off-balance-sheet exposures fall post-Covid

Systemic US banks’ off-balance-sheet (OBS) assets and liabilities have shrunk as a share of their total exposures over the past four years, and fell at a faster clip over the six months following the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis, Risk Quantum analysis shows.

As of end-September, the combined OBS exposures of the eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) totalled $2.81 trillion, down from $2.88 trillion at end-March, and at their lowest level since Q1 2019. They made up 17.8%

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