Top EU banks’ OTC derivatives climbed 12% in 2022

All but two dealers report higher notional amounts, led by Crédit Agricole

The European Union’s largest dealers reported a 12% increase in notional amounts of over-the-counter derivatives for 2022, with just two banks recording shrinking balances.

Across 29 of the bloc’s lenders that disclosed global systemically important bank (G-Sib) indicators, aggregate OTC volumes surged €19.29 trillion ($20.66 trillion) compared with 2021, to €181.53 trillion.

For the 26 banks that have reported values every year since the disclosure’s inception in 2013, the latest aggregate

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