JP Morgan on brink of 4% G-Sib surcharge

US bank will have to cull balance sheet by year-end

JP Morgan became more of a systemic threat in the third quarter and may face higher capital add-ons if it does not shrink its footprint by the year-end. 

JP Morgan’s systemic risk score, as determined by the Federal Reserve’s Method 2 framework, was 731.51 at end-September, up from 728.17 in the previous quarter. This makes the bank eligible for a 4% global systemically important bank (G-Sib) capital add-on, which will apply if its score remains above 730 at end-December. JP Morgan is subject

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