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Banks' systemic risk reports for Q1'17

Forty of the largest U.S. banks filed FR-Y15s for the period ended March 31, 2017, disclosing their respective systemic risk footprints. Nine of the 15 largest bank holding companies reported a quarter-over-quarter increase in their exposure with Charles Schwab Corp. posting the highest upward change of 1.7%. HSBC North America Holdings Inc. meanwhile posted the highest decline of 6.7% in its exposure.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. continues to have a high concentration of intra-financial system assets-to-total assets among the 15 largest banks. Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley continues to display a high reliance on short-term funding with such funds representing almost 88% of risk-weighted assets.

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To look at all the schedules filed under FR Y-15 by all large U.S. banks for the period ended March 31, 2017, click here.

To view last year's analysis of FR Y-15 filings, click here.