At SEB, CVA charges diverge from Nordic peers

Bank’s credit valuation adjustment RWAs, already the highest among the region’s dealers, kept rising in Q2

Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB) saw charges for credit valuation adjustment (CVA) climb again in the second quarter, to Skr12.6 billion ($1.3 billion), setting it apart from regional peers, where CVA risk-weighted assets (RWAs) mostly fell from their end-March peak.

The Stockholm-based bank’s figure was up 8% in the period, following a 23% increase in the previous quarter. In contrast, CVA RWAs at peers DNB Bank, Handelsbanken, Nordea and Swedbank, which had likewise ballooned in Q1

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