G-SIB

AcronymDefinition
G-SIBGlobal Systemically Important Banks (finance)
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The systemic risk arises from two sources: the concentration of lending to G-SIBs as a result of this new intermediation in the money markets and the potential inability of the FHLBanks to rollover the debt issued to support the G-SIB borrowing.
Computing the firm's G-SIB score involves first converting the raw values of each of these indicators to an index.
Information is likely to become so fragmented that it may be impossible to salvage any going-concern value that the G-SIB may have had.
The latest in regulatory requirements is the Financial Stability Board's (FSB) global standard for minimum amounts of Total Loss Absorbency Capacity (TLAC) to be held by Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs).
G-SIB TLAC is composed of equity and debt claims that qualify as Basel III regulatory capital and other external debt.
Fitch Ratings published a report analyzing the FSB's proposals for global systemically important banks (G-SIBs).
To that end, the global insurance industry think tank Geneva Association conducted a benchmark study called the Cross-Industry Analysis--28 G-SIBs vs.
Figure 2 summarises the proposed capital requirements under Basel III for a G-SIB (global systemically important bank) and the ICB's incremental proposals for a large ring-fenced retail bank and a wholesale G-SIB.
Hong Kong/Singapore: China's clampdown on interbank activity and entrusted investments has reduced the interconnectedness and complexity of several banks, allowing some to avoid being designated as global systemically important banks (G-SIBs) and shifting China Construction Bank (CCB) into the lower G-SIB bucket.
Besides these local banks, the branches of Global-Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs) operating in Pakistan will hold additional CET1 capital against their risk-weighted assets in Pakistan at the rate as applicable on the respective G-SIB.
Besides these local banks, the branches of Gl o b a l- S y st emi c a l l y Important Banks (G-SIBs) operating in Pakistan will hold additional CET1 capital against their riskweighted assets in Pakistan at the rate as applicable on the respective G-SIB.
The bank is ranked in the lowest G-SIB capital surcharge bucket (Bucket 1) and already meets the requirement of 1 percent capital buffer.