ERM Frameworks and Responses to risk [36]

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Bullet points include: Global Systematically Important Banks. 29 banks. Too big to fail, based on: Size, interconnectedness, complexity, lack of substitutability, global scope. Negative externalities. Implicit support and moral hazard. Aim is to reduce probability of failure and impact of failure. Additional capital requirements of between 1% and 2.5%. Will cost of additional capital be offset by lower funding costs?

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