Meet the riskiest bank in the world
|09/21/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Deutsche Bank is the riskiest bank in the world, according to the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
The bank has a leverage ratio of 2.68% according to the regulator’s calculations.
The leverage ratio is a measure of a bank’s financial sustainability, and shows how much equity capital a lender has against assets such as loans.
Regulators like the leverage ratio because it’s a fairly simple measure of how active a bank is compared to its stock market valuation and is difficult for a lender to manipulate.
The US calculation includes the amount of derivatives banks have on their books. A higher percentage read more >>>