European banks’ systemic indicators surged in 2022

Higher values for 10 of 14 systemic risk indicators could see capital surcharges increase later this year

The systemic footprint of large European banks increased over 2022, which may lead to some lenders’ capital add-ons increasing in November, Risk Quantum analysis found.

Data from a stable sample of 30 European Union and European Economic Area firms collected by the European Banking Authority shows an aggregate yearly increase in the values disclosed for 10 of the 14 systemic indicators used by the Financial Stability Board to designate global systemically important banks (G-Sibs).


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