18 August 2016 Guiding principles on the temporary funding needed to support the orderly resolution of a global systemically important bank (“G-SIB”)FSB guiding principles on funding in resolution to ensure that temporary funding is available to enable the effective resolution of G-SIBs without bail-out by the public sector.
6 June 2016 Developing Effective Resolution Strategies and Plans for Systemically Important InsurersGuidance for authorities in planning resolution of systemically important insurers.
18 November 2015 Standards and Processes for Global Securities Financing Data Collection and AggregationFSB standards and processes to allow the FSB to periodically collect aggregated data on securities financing transactions.
12 November 2015 Regulatory framework for haircuts on non-centrally cleared securities financing transactionsFSB framework for numerical haircut floors to non-bank-to-non-bank securities financing transactions.
9 November 2015 Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity (TLAC) Principles and Term SheetFinal TLAC Principles and Term Sheet agreed by the FSB as part of measures to end too-big-to-fail.
3 November 2015 Principles for Cross-border Effectiveness of Resolution ActionsFSB publishes guiding principles on statutory and contractual mechanisms to give cross-border effect to resolution actions in accordance with the Key Attributes.
3 November 2015 Guidance on Cooperation and Information Sharing with Host Authorities of Jurisdictions where a G-SIFI has a Systemic Presence that are Not Represented on its CMGGuidance to ensure host regulators are given sufficient information by home regulators on SIFI resolution where a firm is systemic for a host market.
14 November 2014 FSB Review of the Structure of its RepresentationThis report sets out measures to strengthen the voice of emerging market and developing economies in the FSB while also preserving the effectiveness of its decision making process.
This version of the Key Attributes incorporates guidance on their application to non-bank financial institutions and on arrangements for information sharing to support the effective resolution.
This report takes stock of supervision practices prior to the crisis, takes stock of key changes in supervision practices, and identifies identifies areas where more work is needed.