Five US systemic banks face higher G-Sib surcharges

Five of the eight too-big-to-fail US banks posed a greater systemic threat to the financial system in 2020 than a year prior and may have to bear higher capital add-ons in future as a result, regulatory filings show.

The end-year systemic risk indicators published by the Federal Reserve will be used to set additional charges for the eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) for 2023. JP Morgan’s end-2020 indicators imply a systemic risk score of 815 basis points, well above the

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