JP Morgan grows systemic footprint

JP Morgan grew as a systemic threat to the global financial system in 2017, though not enough to warrant an increase in its Federal Reserve-mandated capital add-on.

The US dealer’s latest systemic risk report, known as FR Y-15, shows that its December 31, 2017 Fed-assigned global systemically important bank (G-Sib) score stood at 704.4, just over 13 points higher than its score a year earlier. 

The Fed uses these scores to tailor the amount of capital add-ons applied to US G-Sibs for the next

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