Volume 52, March/April 2017, Number 2 | pp. 107-110
How to Define a Systemically Important Financial Institution – A New Perspective
The recent financial crisis has demonstrated that a failure of systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) could seriously damage the stability of the financial system. A precise and consistent definition of a SIFI is pivotal to ensure efficient and effective regulation of the global financial sector. This paper proposes a threefold test that indicates which financial institutions are systemically important across the various industry segments.
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