Indian CCPs derecognition costs BNPP, Deutsche €6bn in RWAs

Esma’s decision forces re-weighting of local exposures by EU dealers

A tug of war between Indian and European financial market regulators added €5.9 billion ($6.4 billion) to BNP Paribas and Deutsche Bank’s risk-weighted assets (RWAs) in the third quarter, as the banks were forced to remodel exposure to India’s central counterparties.

RWAs for the French bank’s exposures to CCPs rose 90% to €7.2 billion between June and September – by far the most reported by any of the 32 European dealers analysed by Risk Quantum since comparable disclosures were introduced in

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