Too Big To Fail has wedged banks by profitability, Basel report finds
The most profitable G-SIBs have expanded their systemic footprint in line with their non-systemically important counterparts, leaving less profitable G-SIBs to bear the brunt of ‘Too Big to Fail’ reforms, according to a new report by a trio of current and former economists of the Bank for International Settlements.
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