US G-SIBs May Need To Hold Significantly Higher SurchargeMani
The Federal Reserve Board (FRB)’s latest proposal imposing additional capital requirements on the US’s globally systemically important banks (G-SIBs) would result in the banks holding significantly higher surcharge compared with their global peers.
In its December 2014 Regulatory brief titled: “G-SIB capital: A look to 2015”, the PwC report points out that the FRB’s latest G-SIB buffer proposal indicates the latest . . .
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