Regional US banks became more systemically risky in 2020

Large US lenders that have yet to earn a too-big-to-fail label from the Federal Reserve nonetheless increased their systemic footprint over 2020, regulatory data shows.

Systemic risk scores are calculated by the Fed for all large bank holding companies. Only those that score above 130 basis points under its ‘Method 2’ approach, and have also been designated as global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) by the Financial Stability Board (FSB), qualify for capital add-ons and enhanced

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