G-SIB/G-SII: Systematic importance indicators

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The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has developed a methodology for assessing the systemic importance of Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs). The methodology is based on an indicator-based measurement approach. The indicators are designed to reflect the different aspects of potential negative externalities of an entity’s failure and its critical functions for the stability of the financial system.

In accordance with the Basel Committees standards banks are expected to publicly disclose information containing the following 12 indicators within four months of the financial year end or at the latest by 31 July 2016.

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has adopted the abovementioned methodology for identifying and scoring Global Systemically Important Institutions (G-SIIs) through Article 131 of the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD). The CRD requires G-SIIs to hold a capital buffer in order to contain the risks they pose to the financial system and the impact their potential failure may have on sovereign finance and taxpayers.

Further, the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR), Article 441, requires banks to disclose the indicator values resulting from the CRD methodology. The EBA has issued Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) detailing the formats and dates for disclosures, implemented by No 1030/2014 Commission implementing regulation. The implementation was amended early in 2016 in order to align with Basel Committee Standards and has up to this date not been published in the Official Journal.

The first table details the 12 indicators used in Basel’s assessment methodology for G-SIBs, while the second table details the G-SII indicators according to the proposed EBA ITS. All indicators are expressed in terms of the reporting currency except for payments activity, which is expressed in euro by applying the yearly average exchange rates for 2015. In applying the assessment methodology to calculate banks scores, the remaining indicators are converted to euro using the exchange rate applicable on 31 December 2015.

The precise definitions of the indicators can be found in the standards and the instructions that the sample banks use to supply their indicator data to the data hub.

The selected indicators reflect the size of banks, their interconnectedness, the lack of readily available substitutes of financial institution infrastructure for the service they provide, their global (cross-jurisdictional) activity and their complexity.

The indicators provided below are calculated based on specific instructions by the BCBS and thus are not directly comparable against other disclosed information. It has to be noted that BCBS instructions are based on the regulatory, not the accounting consolidation circle.


G-SIB Indicator-based measurement approach mEUR

As per 31 December 2015


Category (and weighting)Individual indicatorIndicator weighting2015-12-31
Cross-jurisdictional activity (20%)Cross-jurisdictional claims10%394,944
Cross-jurisdictional liabilities10%370,529
Size (20%)Total exposures as defined for use in the Basel III leverage ratio20%574,301
Interconnectedness (20%)Intra-financial system assets6,67%98,493
Intra-financial system liabilities6,67%50,284
Securities outstanding6,67%252,137
Substitutability/financial institution infrastructure (20%)Assets under custody6,67%683,000
Payments activity6,67%34,403,227
Underwritten transactions in debt and equity markets6,67%55,821
Complexity (20%)Notional amount of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives6,67%7,211,442
Level 3 assets6,67%2,606
Trading and available-for-sale securities6,67%


Indicators required to identify G-SIIs 
General Bank Data

Section 1: General information
a. General information provided by the relevant supervisory authority

(1) Country code
(2) Bank name
(3) Reporting date (yyyy-mm-dd)
(4) Reporting currency
b. General information provided by the reporting instiution:

(1) Reporting unit
1 000 000
(2) Accounting Standard
(3) Date of public disclosure (yyyy-mm-dd)
(4) Language of public disclosure
(5) Web address of public disclosure
Size indicator

Section 2: Total Exposure
€ 574 301
Interconnectedness Indicators

Section 3: Intra-Financial System Assests
€ 98 493
Section 4: Intra-Financial System Liabilities
€ 50 284
Section 5: Securities Outstanding
€ 252 137
Substitutable/Financial Instiution Infrastructure Indicators

Section 6: Payments made in the reporting year (excluding intragroup payments)
€ 34 403 227
Section 7: Assets Under Custody:
€ 683 000
Section 8: Underwritten Transactions in Debt and Equity Markets
€ 55 821
Complexity Indicators

Section 9: Notional Amount of Over-the-Count (OTC) Derivatives
€ 7 211 422
Section 10: Trading and Available-for-Sale Securities
€ 22 797
Section 11: Level 3 Assets
€ 2 606
Cross-Jurisdictional Activity Indicators
Section 12: Cross-Jurisdictional Claims€ 394 944
Section 13: Cross-Jurisdictional Liabilities
€ 370 529