Rabobank LCR down 7% on TLTRO prepayments

Decline expected to continue as bank pays off final loans extended via EU-wide funding scheme

Rabobank’s liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) fell 6.9 percentage points to a two-year low in the third quarter, as the bank continued to pay off funds it had borrowed under a European Central Bank stimulus programme.

It was the eighth consecutive LCR drop and the largest of its kind at the Dutch lender since at least 2016. The resulting ratio of 158.7% was the bank’s lowest since Q1 2021.

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