No bank would benefit from planned eurozone G-Sib waiver

Neither Deutsche nor BNP Paribas would move to a lower capital buffer, based on end-2017 data

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End-2017 data suggests no EU bank will move into a lower buffer bucket, but what of the future?
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No global systemically important bank (G-Sib) in Europe would see any immediate capital benefit from plans to introduce a waiver for intra-eurozone exposures, according to regulation experts and data analysis by Risk.net, although they might in the future depending on how their business evolves.

The end-2017 figures analysed are from the same dataset used by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) to assign capital buffers to G-Sibs by designating them to four separate buckets.

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