Cross-border risk dominates 2022 G-Sib scores

Overseas lending and borrowing largest contributor to scores of banks in Canada, EU, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland and UK

Cross-jurisdictional activity, one of the five categories used to assess systemic banks, had the greatest influence on the final risk score of almost 29% of participating firms in this year’s exercise, Risk Quantum analysis shows.

Across the 76 banks, cross-border activity was the largest contributor in 22 cases, complexity in 16, size and interconnectedness in 15 each and substitutability in eight.

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When looked at from a geographical perspective, however, divergences were evident

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