Euro banks’ funding plans lag TLTRO repayments – EBA

Survey on funding plans shows banks don’t plan to replace ECB lines just yet

Eurozone banks’ liquidity buffers are expected to decline over the next two years, as plans to raise debt lag repayment of central bank credit lines, according to a European Banking Authority (EBA) survey.

Lenders plan to issue a net €631 billion ($630 billion) of debt securities between 2022 and 2024, the EBA estimates – only enough to replace a fraction of the €2.3 trillion in unsecured European Central Bank (ECB) funding that will mature over the same period under the targeted longer-term

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