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Economy Report: Credit quality improved in SNC program in 2022

Credit quality improved in 2022 in the Shared National Credit portfolio, although the results do not fully reflect increasing interest rates and softening economic conditions that began to affect borrowers in the second half of last year, federal agencies said this week.

Economy

The federal banking agencies found that credit risk improved modestly in 2021 but remains high in the Shared National Credit portfolio—a bundle of large, syndicated bank loans that includes 5,764 borrowers and totals $5.2 trillion—according to the SNC Review report released today.

Economy

The federal banking agencies found increased credit risk in the Shared National Credit portfolio—a bundle of large, syndicated bank loans that includes 5,652 borrowers and totals $5.1 trillion—according to the SNC Review released today.

Newsbytes

The federal banking agencies have found improved credit quality in the Shared National Credit portfolio, a bundle of large syndicated bank loans that includes 8,571 credit facilities and 5,314 borrowers — and totals $4.4 trillion, according to the SNC Review released today. Despite the improvement, however, risk remains elevated compared to prior economic cycles, they