3Q 2021 update

Positioned for growth

Fact: Adjusted customer accounts in 3Q 2021 were 1.7 trillion US dollars, up six per cent versus 3Q 2020. They were up two per cent on 2Q 2021, when they totalled 1.6 trillion US dollars.
Fact: Wealth balances in 3Q 2021 were 1.6 trillion US dollars, up 10 per cent versus 3Q 2020, and down 2 per cent compared with 2Q 2021.
Fact: Trade balances in 3Q 2021 were 79 billion US dollars. Trade balances in 2Q 2021 were 76 billion US dollars.

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