The Fed proposed a rule to strengthen the capital positions of the largest most systemically important U.S. bank holding companies. The proposal establishes a methodology to identify whether a U.S. bank holding company is a GSIB - a global systemically important banking organization. A firm identified as a GSIB would be subject to a risk-based capital surcharge that is calibrated its systemic risk profile. Eight U.S. firms would currently be identified as GSIBs under the proposal: Bank of America, Bank of NY Mellon, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, State Street and Wells Fargo. [With an acronym and the terms systemic, methodology and risk profile, it has to be from the Fed.] Read more here.