Key Charts - Too-Big-To-Fail

Too-Big-to-Fail Banks: An Update

  • There has been an unprecedented concentration of bank assets in a few top institutions since Q1 2000 to date. Banking assets relative to GDP have grown by 26 percent, while the number of banking institutions has declined by 60 percent.
  • The Federal Reserve mandated the consolidation of bank assets after 2008.

  • Source: FDIC, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Milken Institute.
  • Too-Big-to-Fail Banks: An Update

From Too-Big-To-Fail Banks to Globally Systemically Important Banks
Too-Big-to-Fail Banks: Where Are We Now?
Financial Stability: Low-Income Countries Were Better Off During the Crisis
There’s More Than One Way to Rank the Biggest Banks
Banking Failures Have Tapered Off Since the Housing Market Bubble
Global Banks' Headquarters Become Less Concentrated
Size of Banks Varies Widely Across Countries
Decreasing Total Bank Assets to GDP (1999-2011)
Increasing Total Bank Assets to GDP (1999-2011)
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