Citi, JP Morgan bail-in buffers ebb above minimums

Duo’s long-term debt headroom closest to regulatory requirements among top US banks

Citi and JP Morgan fell closer to their minimum long-term debt (LTD) requirements over the first nine months of 2023, as they pulled the brakes on issuing bail-in securities amid climbing interest rates.

The two banks’ LTD stock at end-September totalled 5.2% and 4.8% of their respective supplementary leverage ratio (SLR) exposures, just 31 basis points and 69bp above minimums.

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