G-SIB Scores Interactive Chart
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, a group of bank supervisors from 28 jurisdictions, created a set of 12 financial indicators in 2011 to identify global systemically important banks (G-SIBs). A G-SIB is a bank whose failure could pose a threat to the international financial system. A bank designated as a G-SIB must hold more risk-based capital to enhance its resilience, and is subject to additional regulatory oversight.
The capital add-on, or surcharge, for each bank “bucket” is shown in the legend below. Mouse over a horizontal bar in the chart to see a bank’s G-SIB score for that period. Click on a bar to see underlying data for that bank in each of the five scoring categories for systemic importance. Click on the bar for one of the categories to see data for the indicators underlying that category.
The full interactive chart is available at the Office of Financial Research website.