JP Morgan becomes world’s most systemically important bank

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JP Morgan Chase has risen to face the highest capital surcharge of any bank in this year’s list of global systemically important banks (G-Sibs), implying regulators view it as having the greatest systemic importance.

The updated G-Sib list, published on November 23 by the Financial Stability Board, saw JP Morgan rise to the fourth ‘bucket’, implying a capital surcharge of 2.5% of risk-weighted assets. It is the only bank in the bucket. The fifth and highest bucket, with a capital surcharge of 3

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