26 November 2018 Appointment of new FSB Chair and Vice ChairFSB Plenary appoints Randal K. Quarles as its new Chair and Klaas Knot as Vice Chair.
23 November 2018 FSB publishes recommendations on compensation data reporting to address potential misconduct riskRecommendations are designed to support supervisors’ improved monitoring of compensation decisions taken by firms in relation to misconduct risk.
20 November 2018 FSB report finds that effects of G20 financial reforms on infrastructure finance are of a second order relative to other factorsReport is part of FSB evaluation to examine the effects of G20 reforms on financial intermediation.
19 November 2018 FSB publishes reports on implementation of OTC derivatives reforms and removal of legal barriersReports show continued good progress on implementing the agreed G20 reforms to make derivatives markets safer.
19 November 2018 FSB and standard-setting bodies publish final report on effects of reforms on incentives to centrally clear over-the-counter derivativesStandard-setters publish final report on evaluation of the effects of the G20 reforms on incentives to centrally clear OTC derivatives.
16 November 2018 FSB publishes progress report on measures to address the decline in correspondent banking and updated dataReports show actions by authorities to address the decline in the number of correspondent banking relationships - a further 4% reduction took place in 2017.
16 November 2018 FSB publishes 2018 G-SIB listFSB releases 2018 list of global systemically important banks.
15 November 2018 FSB publishes 2018 Resolution Report and publicly consults on financial resources to support CCP resolutionImplementation of resolution regimes most advanced for banks and progress is less advanced for insurers and CCPs.
14 November 2018 FSB welcomes IAIS proposed insurance systemic risk framework and decides not to engage in an identification of G-SIIs in 2018A new holistic framework will provide an enhanced basis for mitigating systemic risk in the insurance sector.
Report highlights progress in reforms to IBORs and the development of overnight nearly risk-free rates and term rates.