A Look At Systemic Important Indicators Of U.S. Large BanksMani
After gleaning through Systemic Important Risk Indicators reported by large U.S. bank holding companies, the Office of Financial Research (OFR) observed the U.S. large banks had relatively low tier-1 leverage ratios compared to smaller banks.
The OFR published a report titled: “Systemic Importance Indicators for 33 U.S. Bank Holding Companies: An Overview of Recent Data” based on Form Y-15 filing for 2013 made by top 33 banks, including eight subsidiaries of foreign . . .
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