Clearstream Loses Marginal Growth in Assets Under Custody in July

Clearstream Loses Marginal Growth in Assets Under Custody in July

Clearstream, a post-trade services provider
owned by the Deutsche Börse Group, recorded a total of €16,528 billion in
assets under custody (AUC) in July.

This is a marginal drop of 0.14% month-over-month
(MoM) from the €16,551 billion the clearing house recorded in June.

However, on a year-over-year (YoY) basis, the July
figure is a 1% growth from the €16,380 posted in July 2022.

These data are contained in the Clearstream monthly figures for
July 2022 released on Monday and analyzed by Finance Magnates.

In June, Clearstream had equally recorded a
marginal 0.4% MoM increase in AUC. The figure in the month rose from the
€16,479 billion posted earlier in
May. On a YoY basis, this was a 2% increase in June.

On a year-to-date (YTD) basis, Clearstream
posted a 5% growth in AUC in July 2022, managing €16,625 billion in
assets. In the same period last year, the central
securities depository (CDS) firm had posted €15,890 billion in assets under
custody.

However, the YTD as of July is a 1% drop
from the amount seen earlier in June. The settlement firm had managed €16,641 billion
between January and June this year.

Domestic & International CSD Business

Clearstream’s international central securities
depository (ICSD) recorded a 1.35% increase in securities deposits in
July.

Volumes in this business increased slightly from
€7,806 billion in June to €7,911 billion last month. However, on a YoY basis,
this is a much better 8% increase from €7,339 in July 2021.

Also, the number of securities deposit
transactions hit 5.3 million in July, dropping -5.4% from the 5.6 billion
recorded in June. Year-over-year, it’s a 9% decline from six million posted in
the same period last year.

At the domestic CDS, Clearstream’s data shows
that securities deposits at this level came in at €5,426 billion. This is a
2.1% drop from the €5,541 billion posted in June and 6% from July 2021’s €5,760
billion.

The domestic CDS, however, saw a significant fall in the
total number of securities deposit transactions in July. The deposit
transactions slumped 11.1% to 12.6 million in July, dropping from June’s 14.2
million.

On a year-to-date basis, securities deposits at
the domestic CDS surged 13.2% to 109 million transactions in July. As of June,
the CDS posted 96.3 million in its total despotis since January 2022.

Clearstream’s IFS & GSF

Securities deposits on Clearstream’s Investment
Funds Services (IFS) hit €3,192 billion in July, a 0.34% marginal decrease from
June’s €3,203 billion. Year-over-year, this is a 3% drop.

Additionally, the number of securities deposit
transactions on IFS dropped 8.11% to 3.4 million in July. In June, 3.7 million
transactions were recorded.

Meanwhile, Global Securities Financing (GSF),
Clearstream’s collateral management, securities lending and borrowing services,
saw minimal growth in July.

Volume outstanding on GSP in July rose 2.1% to
€602.9 billion from €590.6 billion in June. On a YoY basis, however, the
volume increased 9% from €550.7 billion posted in July 2021.

Clearstream, a post-trade services provider
owned by the Deutsche Börse Group, recorded a total of €16,528 billion in
assets under custody (AUC) in July.

This is a marginal drop of 0.14% month-over-month
(MoM) from the €16,551 billion the clearing house recorded in June.

However, on a year-over-year (YoY) basis, the July
figure is a 1% growth from the €16,380 posted in July 2022.

These data are contained in the Clearstream monthly figures for
July 2022 released on Monday and analyzed by Finance Magnates.

In June, Clearstream had equally recorded a
marginal 0.4% MoM increase in AUC. The figure in the month rose from the
€16,479 billion posted earlier in
May. On a YoY basis, this was a 2% increase in June.

On a year-to-date (YTD) basis, Clearstream
posted a 5% growth in AUC in July 2022, managing €16,625 billion in
assets. In the same period last year, the central
securities depository (CDS) firm had posted €15,890 billion in assets under
custody.

However, the YTD as of July is a 1% drop
from the amount seen earlier in June. The settlement firm had managed €16,641 billion
between January and June this year.

Domestic & International CSD Business

Clearstream’s international central securities
depository (ICSD) recorded a 1.35% increase in securities deposits in
July.

Volumes in this business increased slightly from
€7,806 billion in June to €7,911 billion last month. However, on a YoY basis,
this is a much better 8% increase from €7,339 in July 2021.

Also, the number of securities deposit
transactions hit 5.3 million in July, dropping -5.4% from the 5.6 billion
recorded in June. Year-over-year, it’s a 9% decline from six million posted in
the same period last year.

At the domestic CDS, Clearstream’s data shows
that securities deposits at this level came in at €5,426 billion. This is a
2.1% drop from the €5,541 billion posted in June and 6% from July 2021’s €5,760
billion.

The domestic CDS, however, saw a significant fall in the
total number of securities deposit transactions in July. The deposit
transactions slumped 11.1% to 12.6 million in July, dropping from June’s 14.2
million.

On a year-to-date basis, securities deposits at
the domestic CDS surged 13.2% to 109 million transactions in July. As of June,
the CDS posted 96.3 million in its total despotis since January 2022.

Clearstream’s IFS & GSF

Securities deposits on Clearstream’s Investment
Funds Services (IFS) hit €3,192 billion in July, a 0.34% marginal decrease from
June’s €3,203 billion. Year-over-year, this is a 3% drop.

Additionally, the number of securities deposit
transactions on IFS dropped 8.11% to 3.4 million in July. In June, 3.7 million
transactions were recorded.

Meanwhile, Global Securities Financing (GSF),
Clearstream’s collateral management, securities lending and borrowing services,
saw minimal growth in July.

Volume outstanding on GSP in July rose 2.1% to
€602.9 billion from €590.6 billion in June. On a YoY basis, however, the
volume increased 9% from €550.7 billion posted in July 2021.

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