Trading volume surged at ABN Amro and BNPP in 2022

Banks’ role in secondary market intermediation continues to grow as Deutsche retreats, G-Sib indicators show

ABN Amro and BNP Paribas grew ever more central to secondary market liquidity during 2022, European Union banks’ annual systemic risk disclosures show.

ABN Amro’s trading volume for equity and fixed-income intermediation – already shown in 2021 to be by far the largest among the bloc’s dealers, on account of its clearing business – grew a further €1.78 trillion ($1.92 trillion) to €20.49 trillion last year, a 10% increase propelled overwhelmingly by equities and other securities.


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