The systemic risk profiles of both Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan grew in the first quarter of 2018, enough to warrant higher capital add-ons if they do not take remedial action by year end.
The quarterly Federal Reserve systemic risk reports, known as FR Y-15s, show that Goldman’s global systemically important bank (G-Sib) score stood at 543.33 at end-March, up from 516.52 at end-2017. This tips the dealer into the 3% G-Sib capital surcharge bucket, which encompasses institutions with a score
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