Off-balance-sheet exposures at US systemic banks jump $42bn

JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Citi drove the overall increase in the second quarter

Systemically important US lenders added a net $42.2 billion of off-balance-sheet (OBS) exposures in the second quarter, with JP Morgan alone accounting for more than one-third of the aggregate increase.

The eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) disclosed a combined $3.08 trillion gross notional for these types of exposures as of end-June, a 1.4% increase on Q1 and a year-on-year expansion of 12.7%. It was the fourth consecutive quarterly increase.



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