As too-big-to-fail banks shrink, non-systemic firms play catch up

Banks outside the Basel Committee's too-big-to-fail regulatory framework have grown faster and taken on more risk relative to their global systemically important (G-Sib) peers, finds the Bank for International Settlements’ (BIS) latest quarterly review.

Banks are designated as global systemically important (G-Sibs) on an annual basis using a score derived from 12 risk indicators.

Analysis by the BIS shows that of 29 non-G-Sibs assessed, 72% increased their systemic risk scores between 2013 and

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