Who Identifies SIFIs and How Many Are There?

Central bankers, regulators and other senior policy makers decide which institutions receive a SIFI designation. In the U.S., approximately 130 institutions have received SIFI designation. Some 28 global banks have been tentatively identified as GSIBs – Global Systemically Important Banks.

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