Thirty global financial institutions have been selected for cross border supervision by regulators.
The list is compiled under the guidance of the Financial Stability Board, an international body of regulators and central bankers.
It has been put together as part of a move to restrict the spread of risks in the event of a future financial crisis.
On the list are some big guns: HSBC, UBS and Santander.
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