Source of systemic risk varies by region

European, Canadian and UK banks are too big to fail because of their cross-border activities, Chinese and Japanese banks because of their size

Large banks’ systemic risk scores differ significantly across regions, with cross-jurisdictional activity contributing the most for European, Canadian and UK dealers, Risk Quantum analysis shows.

The 2021 cohort of too-big-to-fail institutions received their designations from the Basel Committee using a methodology that averages the scores of five separate systemic risk indicator categories. 

By taking the aggregate scores for each bank before averaging, it’s possible to gauge which indicator

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