systemic risk definition

systemic risk means a risk of disruption in the financial system with the potential to have serious negative consequences for the financial system and the real economy;
systemic risk means systemic risk as defined in point (10) of Article 3(1) of Directive 2013/36/EU;
systemic risk means systemic risk as defined in Article 3(1)(10) of Directive 2013/36/EU;

Examples of systemic risk in a sentence

  • The Systemic Risk Buffer requirement shall apply to all institutions, or one or more subsets of those institutions, for which the authorities of the Member State concerned are competent in accordance with this Directive and shall be set in gradual or accelerated steps of adjustment of 0,5 percentage point.

  • Each Member State may introduce a Systemic Risk Buffer of Common Equity Tier 1 for the financial sector or one or more subsets of the sector, in order to prevent and mitigate long term non-cyclical systemic or macroprudential risks not covered by Regulation [inserted by OP], in the meaning of a risk of disruption in the financial system with the potential to have serious negative consequences to the financial system and the real economy in a specific Member State.

  • Where a group, on a consolidated basis, is subject to a Global Systemically Important Institution Buffer requirement, an Other Systemically Important Institution Buffer requirement, or a Systemic Risk Buffer requirement in accordance with Article 124d, the higher of the requirements shall apply.

  • For the purpose of paragraph 1, the Member State shall designate the authority in charge of setting the Systemic Risk Buffer and of identifying the sets of institutions to which it should apply.

  • Notwithstanding Article 124a(6), where the Systemic Risk buffer requirement only applies to all exposures located in the Member State that sets the buffer to address the macro- prudential risk of that Member State, that Systemic Risk buffer requirement shall be additive to the O-SII or G-SII buffer requirement that is applied in accordance with Article 124a.


More Definitions of systemic risk

systemic risk means the risk that failure of one or more settlement 5 system participants, for whatever reason, to meet their payment obligations, including the payment obligations of clearing system participants, or their settlement obligations may result in any or all of the other settlement system participants being unable to meet their respec-
systemic risk means the risk that relates to the inability of a participant to meet its obligations in the Payment System as they become due or a disruption to the Payment System that could, for whatever reason, cause other participants in the Payment System to be unable to meet their obligations as they become due; and
systemic risk. ’ means the danger of a failure or disruption of the whole or a significant or substantial part of the Republic’s financial system;
systemic risk. ’ means the danger of a failure or disruption of the Republic’s financial system as a whole;
systemic risk means the risk of a failure or disruption of Namibia’s financial system as a whole; and
systemic risk means the risk of a participant or the SIPS operator not meeting their respective obligations in a SIPS will cause other participants and/or the SIPS operator to be unable to meet their obligations when they become due, potentially with spillover effects threatening the stability of or confidence in the financial system;
systemic risk means systemic risk as defined in point