Global regulators are assessing whether reforms aimed at reducing systemic and moral hazard risks linked to systemically important banks are reaching their intended goals, as part of efforts to address market fragmentation.
The evaluation will also look into whether and how the reforms affect the cross-border presence of global systemically important banks and their management of capital for home and host jurisdictions, as well as the possible implications for financial stability, according to the Financial Stability Board.
The FSB also cited three other areas — deference between regulators, banks' prepositioning of capital and liquidity and coordination and information sharing between regulators and supervisors — that need further work to address market fragmentation.
The FSB's evaluation comes after a June report that looked into the link between market fragmentation and financial stability, among other things.
A draft evaluation report on the matter will be issued for public consultation in June 2020, with the final report to be published later that year.