Citi propels G-Sibs’ OTC derivatives notionals to nine-year high

Bank leapfrogged Goldman as fourth-largest derivatives dealer after 20% jump over 2022

Citi overtook Goldman Sachs to become the world’s fourth-largest dealer of over-the-counter derivatives during 2022, contributing the most to the overall increase in notional exposures across the 29 global systemically important banks.

Systemic risk disclosures collated by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and published on November 27 by the Financial Stability Board as part of its G-Sib assessment show the US dealer held €40.51 trillion ($44.2 trillion) of OTC derivatives notionals at

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