19 November 1999 FSF establishes working groupsPress enquiries:+41 61 280 email@example.comRef no: 43/1999E Subsequent to its last meeting in Paris in September, the Financial Stability Forum has formed and issued terms of reference for two ad hoc working groups: A task force chaired by Mr Andrew Sheng, Chairman, Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, has been asked to examine ways of […]
19 November 1999 FSF Study Group on Deposit Insurance – Terms of ReferenceStudy recent experience with deposit insurance schemes - by examining systems that worked well, those that did not work well, and the reasons why - and synthesising the key lessons learned. Sketch the policy trade-offs presented by different types of deposit insurance schemes, taking account of different institutional settings. Examine the issues involved in […]
19 November 1999 FSF Study Group on Implementation of Standards – Terms of Reference1. The task force should explore issues related to promoting the implementation of international standards relevant to strengthening financial systems. 2. The task force should consider a strategy for implementation of standards that may include: o countries announcing their commitment to implement standards and participate in credible assessments of compliance; o technical assistance in support of implementation efforts being […]
21 June 1999 Broadening Representation in the FSFFollowing the statement of the Heads of Government of the G7 countries that the Financial Stability Forum should be broadened to include significant financial centres, the Chairman of the Forum has issued invitations to senior representatives from Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and the Netherlands to participate in the Forum's next meeting, which will take place […]
11 May 1999 FSF Establishes Working GroupsSubsequent to its meeting in Washington on 14 April, the Financial Stability Forum has issued terms of reference for and appointed chairmen of three ad hoc working groups: a group chaired by Mr Howard Davies, Chairman of the UK Financial Services Authority, has been asked to recommend actions to reduce the destabilising potential of institutions […]
The first meeting of the Financial Stability Forum created by the G7 Ministers and Governors at their meeting in Bonn on 22 February 1999, will be held at the IMF in Washington on 14 April. The Forum has been established to promote information exchange and co-ordination among the national authorities, international institutions and international regulatory […]
11 April 2017 Proposed Framework for Post-Implementation Evaluation of the Effects of the G20 Financial Regulatory ReformsConsultation on the FSB’s framework to guide analyses of whether the G20 core reforms are achieving their intended outcomes.
Summary of an FSB/IOSCO roundtable on compensation practices in the securities sector.