Assessing the importance of GSIB scores on year end financial stability

There’s been talk lately that bank GSIB scores – a measurement that determines how much capital banks need to hold – could be too high for management liking at year end, leading to unpleasant pullbacks in multiple areas of US and global financial markets. While there is concern and market participants are locking in financing, a closer look at a combination of the GSIB score methodology and the regulatory response could help determine how serious this is.
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