G-Sibs’ risk score heatmap shows signs of shakeup

Most systemic lenders’ scores remain driven by cross-jurisdictional activity, but other categories increase in heft

Cross-border risk continues to weight the most on global systemically important banks’ (G-Sibs) risk profile, Risk Quantum analysis shows – but other indicators have grown their heft compared with last year’s assessment, largely due to Bank of Communications (BoComm) replacing UniCredit and Credit Suisse in the too-big-to-fail shortlist.

Cross-jurisdictional activity accounted, on average, for 22.6% of the summed scores across the five categories used in the 2023 benchmarking exercise, which also

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