Nomura’s LCR rebounds after early-year dip

Cooling cash outflows at the ratio's denominator compounded HQLAs increase

Nomura’s liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) rebounded 24 percentage points in the second quarter, after temporarily dipping from cash outflow pressure in the previous period.

The bank’s daily LCR – calculated as high-quality liquid assets (HQLAs) divided by net stressed cash outflows – averaged 216% in the three months to end-June, compared with 192.4% in the first quarter and 231.5% in the fourth quarter of 2020.



While HQLAs only improved 1.9% or ¥100 billion ($912 million) quarter on

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