US systemic banks’ use of STWF hits record high

BofA, Citi, Goldman and JP Morgan hit new peaks

US systemic lenders pushed their use of short-term wholesale funding (STWF) to an all-time high in the first quarter, further increasing the indicator’s weight on the risk scores informing their too-big-to-fail surcharges.

Aggregate STWF across the eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) hit $2.77 trillion on a 12-month-average basis, up 2.4% on end-2023’s figure, which had itself marked a record.

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