Goldman, Barclays, MUFG reap largest G-Sib score cuts

Compressions driven by reductions in complexity and cross-border activity

Cuts to cross-border activities, derivatives notionals and mark-to-market securities helped Goldman Sachs, Barclays and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) score lower in the latest assessment of global systemically important banks, putting them closer to a lighter capital surcharge.

The three banks’ systemic risk scores dropped 25 basis points, 22bp and 17bp, respectively, improving the most among the 29 lenders designated as G-Sibs this year.

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