SIFI Rules Are Recasting Global Banking

The global financial crash has set off a raft of new financial regulation at the local and international levels. One particularly notable development is the move to identify the largest global banks – those capable of causing the most damage to the global financial system should things go wrong – and then to tailor risk-reducing regulations for them. The new rules for these Systemically Important Financial Institutions – or SIFIs — set more stringent capital and liquidity requirements that are causing the largest global banks to restructure their businesses in important ways.

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