Today, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) published its annual update to the list of global systemically important banks (G-SIBs). The updated list is based on 2012 data and the revised assessment methodology for identifying G-SIBs issued by the Basel Committee in July 2013. Please see below for a blackline of the 2013 list of G-SIBs against the 2012 list.
Data relating to G-SIB Assessment Methodology for Identifying G-SIBs: In its revised assessment methodology for identifying G-SIBs, the Basel Committee announced that it will bring forward by one year to November 2013 the publication of the denominators used to calculate banks’ G-SIB scores, as well as the cut-off score and thresholds used to identify G-SIBs and allocate them to different G-SIB capital surcharge buckets. … Read More