Systemic Importance Indicators for 33 U.S. Bank Holding Companies: An Overview of Recent Data
Paul Glasserman () and
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Paul Glasserman: Office of Financial Research
Peyton Young: Office of Financial Research
No 15-01, Briefs from Office of Financial Research, US Department of the Treasury
The authors used a new dataset collected by the Federal Reserve System to evaluate the systemic importance of the largest U.S. bank holding companies by comparing their scores on size, interconnectedness, complexity, global activity, and dominance in certain customer services (known as "substitutability"). They also applied an OFR financial connectivity index to the data to measure interconnectedness. Overall, the analysis reinforces the need for measuring, monitoring, and evaluating multiple aspects of systemic importance.
Keywords: Systemic Importance; Bank Holding Companies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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