FSB slashes Deutsche's G-SIB score, maintains HSBC's bucket

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By Tyler Davies
22 Nov 2019

Deutsche Bank has moved down a bucket in the Financial Stability Board’s latest assessment of global systemically important banks (G-SIBs), with the German firm expecting further ‘efficiencies’ to stem from its broad-ranging restructuring plan.

The FSB has five buckets in its G-SIB list, denoting different levels of systemic importance and corresponding additional capital demands.

Deutsche sat alongside Citi and HSBC in the third bucket in last year’s list — below only JP Morgan — meaning that it was subject to an extra capital ...

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