HTM securities hit $2.5trn at US banks in 2022

BofA, First Foundation and Wells Fargo reported largest share of HTM to total securities behind SVB

Three US banks held more than 70% of their securities classified as held-to-maturity (HTM) at the end of last year, a similar proportion to what Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) reported before its collapse, Risk Quantum research shows.

The latest available disclosures on the composition of securities portfolios at 32 US banks show Bank of America had $633 billion in HTM balances and $225 billion in the available-for-sale (AFS) pen at end-December. At 74%, it was the second-largest share of HTM

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