Systemic indicators surged at European banks in 2020

Values used for 10 of 12 systemic risk indicators climb year-on-year

The systemic footprints of large European banks increased over 2020, which may cause some lenders’ too-big-to-fail capital add-ons to rise come November.

Data from a steady sample of 31 European Union and European Economic Area firms shows an aggregate increase year on year in the values reported for 10 of the 12 systemic risk indicators used by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision to designate global systemically important banks (G-Sibs).

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