Goldman faces higher 3.5% G-Sib surcharge in 2026

50bp step up in capital add-on looms after dealer’s systemic footprint rose to a record high in 2023

Goldman Sachs is headed for a 50-basis point increase in its global systemically important bank (G-Sib) surcharge as the dealer’s systemic footprint continued to expand last year, Risk Quantum analysis shows.

The bank’s end-2023 G-Sib score, as calculated under the US Federal Reserve’s specific approach known as Method 2, rose to 696bp from 599bp in Q4 2022. Bar any remedial action, the new score puts the bank well past the 630bp threshold where a Common Equity Tier 1 capital add-on equal to 3.5

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