Clearstream, a post-trade services provider owned by the Deutsche Börse Group, recorded a total of €16,551 billion in assets under custody (AUC) in June.

This represents a 2% increase year-on-year (YoY) from the €16,274 billion seen in June 2021.

Two months ago, the post-trade service firm's AUC stood at €16,731 billion.

These figures are contained in Clearstream's monthly figures for June published on Tuesday.

Within the first six months of 2021, Clearstream managed a total of €15,890 billion in AUC.

However, between January and June this year, the post-trade services provider managed €16,641 billion. This represents a 5% jump from last year’s outcome.

Clearstream’s CSD Services

Clearstream said it handled a total of €7,806 billion in securities deposits in June on its international central securities depository (ICSD). Year-to-date (YTD), the deposits stood at €7,662 billion.

These figures represent a 7% YoY climb in deposits and 6% YTD increase from €7,308 billion and €7,245 billion, respectively.

However, in terms of transactions, the total number of transactions on ICSD dropped -9% from the six million transactions recorded in June 2021. A total of 5.6 million transactions were recorded last month.

On a YTD basis, this is a -12% plunge in the total number of transactions as the total fell from 41.3 million to 36.3 million.

Furthermore, on Clearstream's domestic central securities depository (CSD), securities deposits dropped -3% from €5,732 billion in June 2021 to €5,541 billion last month.

However, on a YTD basis, Clearstream’s domestic CSD’ securities deposits increased from €5,463 billion to €5,678 billion. This is a 4% jump in the figures.

Additionally, in terms of the total number of transactions, the domestic CSD’ figures jumped from 13.4 billion to 14.2 million. Year-to-date, transactions in this category rose 9% from 88.1 million to 96.3 million.

Clearstream noted that from January 2022, it added results from its Luxembourg and German CSDs to these securities deposit figures.

Meanwhile, securities deposits on Clearstream’s Investment Funds Services (IFS) dropped -1% from €3,234 billion in June 2021 to €3,203 billion last month.

On the contrary, between January and June this year alone, Clearstream’s IFS handled €3,301 billion in securities deposits, which is a 6% increase from the €3,100 billion recorded in the same period last year.

Still, on the June figures, IFS saw a total of 3.7 million securities deposit transactions as opposed to last year’s 3.4 million. The difference is an 8% increase.

On a YTD basis, IFS securities deposit transactions climbed 13% from 21.5 million in June 2021 to 24.4 million last month.

Clearstream’s GSF

Global Securities Financing (GSF) is Clearstream’s collateral management, securities lending and borrowing services.

In June, the volume outstanding on GSF rose 8% to €590.6 billion from last year’s €547.6 billion.

From a YTD point, GSF’s volume increased by 9% to €582.5 billion from €532.3 billion from last year.

Clearstream, a post-trade services provider owned by the Deutsche Börse Group, recorded a total of €16,551 billion in assets under custody (AUC) in June.

This represents a 2% increase year-on-year (YoY) from the €16,274 billion seen in June 2021.

Two months ago, the post-trade service firm's AUC stood at €16,731 billion.

These figures are contained in Clearstream's monthly figures for June published on Tuesday.

Within the first six months of 2021, Clearstream managed a total of €15,890 billion in AUC.

However, between January and June this year, the post-trade services provider managed €16,641 billion. This represents a 5% jump from last year’s outcome.

Clearstream’s CSD Services

Clearstream said it handled a total of €7,806 billion in securities deposits in June on its international central securities depository (ICSD). Year-to-date (YTD), the deposits stood at €7,662 billion.

These figures represent a 7% YoY climb in deposits and 6% YTD increase from €7,308 billion and €7,245 billion, respectively.

However, in terms of transactions, the total number of transactions on ICSD dropped -9% from the six million transactions recorded in June 2021. A total of 5.6 million transactions were recorded last month.

On a YTD basis, this is a -12% plunge in the total number of transactions as the total fell from 41.3 million to 36.3 million.

Furthermore, on Clearstream's domestic central securities depository (CSD), securities deposits dropped -3% from €5,732 billion in June 2021 to €5,541 billion last month.

However, on a YTD basis, Clearstream’s domestic CSD’ securities deposits increased from €5,463 billion to €5,678 billion. This is a 4% jump in the figures.

Additionally, in terms of the total number of transactions, the domestic CSD’ figures jumped from 13.4 billion to 14.2 million. Year-to-date, transactions in this category rose 9% from 88.1 million to 96.3 million.

Clearstream noted that from January 2022, it added results from its Luxembourg and German CSDs to these securities deposit figures.

Meanwhile, securities deposits on Clearstream’s Investment Funds Services (IFS) dropped -1% from €3,234 billion in June 2021 to €3,203 billion last month.

On the contrary, between January and June this year alone, Clearstream’s IFS handled €3,301 billion in securities deposits, which is a 6% increase from the €3,100 billion recorded in the same period last year.

Still, on the June figures, IFS saw a total of 3.7 million securities deposit transactions as opposed to last year’s 3.4 million. The difference is an 8% increase.

On a YTD basis, IFS securities deposit transactions climbed 13% from 21.5 million in June 2021 to 24.4 million last month.

Clearstream’s GSF

Global Securities Financing (GSF) is Clearstream’s collateral management, securities lending and borrowing services.

In June, the volume outstanding on GSF rose 8% to €590.6 billion from last year’s €547.6 billion.

From a YTD point, GSF’s volume increased by 9% to €582.5 billion from €532.3 billion from last year.