As of December 31, 2014, total liabilities increased by € 79 billion (or 5 %) compared to year-end 2013.
Negative market values from derivative financial instruments increased by € 127 billion and brokerage and securities related payables were up by € 24 billion compared to December 31, 2013, primarily due to the same reasons that drove the movements in positive market values from derivative financial instruments and brokerage and securities related receivables outlined above.
Long-term debt increased by € 12 billion, primarily from higher funding activities which exceeded the amount of debt that matured during the year.
Deposits were up by € 5 billion, with increases in our funding through transaction banking and retail partly being offset by lower volumes from unsecured wholesale funding.
Central bank funds purchased, securities sold under repurchase agreements and securities loaned, under both accrual and fair value accounting, have decreased by € 55 billion in total, mainly driven by reductions in our secured financing provided to clients and as a result of the adoption of IAS 32 R in 2014, allowing for the offsetting of financial assets and financial liabilities for bilateral reverse repos and repos under certain conditions.
Other short-term borrowings were down by € 17 billion, primarily due to lower issuances in CB&S and, to a lesser extent, in GTB.
Trading liabilities decreased by € 14 billion, primarily driven by debt securities, slightly offset by an increase in equity securities.
Similar to total assets, the overall increase in liabilities also reflects the impact of foreign exchange rate movements during the year.