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Almost G-Sibs A clutch of Asian banks moved more detailed to a too-big-to-fail classification this year, while particular United States and European firms saw their systemic footprints agreement. Chinese lending institutions Bank of Communications, China Merchants and Industrial Bank all drew in systemic threat rankings that put them near the 130-point limitation for designating around the world systemically vital banks (G-Sibs). Japan’s Nomura and the UK’s NatWest Group are also within striking distance of the cut-off.
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