Global banks grow systemic footprint

Nine out of the 12 G-Sib indicators increased in 2020

The world’s largest banks grew in size, complexity and interconnectedness in 2020, data from the Basel Committee shows.

The international standard-setting body published the aggregate indicator amounts used to calculate banks’ systemic risk scores on November 23. These are the sum of the indicators of the 76 largest global banks.



There are 12 indicators spread across five broad categories: size; interconnectedness; substitutability; complexity; and cross-jurisdictional activity.


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