Six US G-Sibs face higher surcharges under Fed’s proposals

Goldman and BNY Mellon only top banks to escape increase, analysis shows 

JP Morgan, Citi and Bank of America would be the worst affected by a trifecta of rule changes to the US global systemically important bank (G-Sib) framework proposed by the Federal Reserve last year, analysis by Risk Quantum has found.

Each bank would be at risk of attracting an extra 0.3 percentage points to its capital requirements, pushing the G-Sib surcharges to their highest level ever.

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