China G-Sib scores tell story of lenders’ decade-long rise

Chinese banks capture far larger share of systemic risk than in 2013

The latest assessment of global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) testifies to Chinese lenders’ growing preponderance in the annual benchmarking of too-big-to-fail lenders, exemplified by their systemic risk score all but doubling in almost a decade.

Chinese banks that participated in this year’s Financial Stability Board appraisal scored 2,002 basis points in aggregate and 119bp on average – up 108% and 46% in 2014, when the FSB first disclosed the indicator values informing the score.


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