CriSIFI is the ranking of systemic importance for the exchange-listed banks and insurers around the world. It is dynamic by nature, and it determines a firm's systemic risk by its size and interconnectedness with others. A higher ranking of a firm means it is likely to pose larger threat to the global financial system. Compared with alternative systemic risk measures such as the G-SIBs (an annual list of 28-30 banks from 2011 onward) of the Financial Stability Board and the SRISK (1005 financials in January 2020) of the NYU V-Lab, the CriSIFI is available every month from January 2000 onward and covers 2,142 banks and insurance companies in January 2020. This page also displays the CRI Systemically Important Bank (CriSIB) and CRI Systemically Important Insurer (CriSII). Please see Chan-Lau, Duan, Chuang, and Sun (2018) and the white paper for an in-depth explanation of these measures.
The historical data prior to December 2019 (inclusive) was released on January 2020.
The current methodology SIFI data was released on 27 June 2023. The Historical data will be back-filled gradually.
Please visit HERE for the beta version of CriSIFI Visualization Dashboard. (Currently only Legacy version SIFI is available on this Dashboard.)