Systemically Important Financial Institution

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A financial firm whose disorderly failure would because of its:

(i) Size,

(ii) Complexity, and

(iii) Systemic interconnectedness

cause significant disruption to the wider financial system and to economic activity in its (main) country or region of operation.

See also