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.
7 April 2014 Guidance on Supervisory Interaction with Financial Institutions on Risk Culture: A Framework for Assessing Risk CultureThis paper identifies some foundational elements that contribute to the promotion of a sound risk culture within a financial institution.
18 November 2013 Principles for an Effective Risk Appetite FrameworkThe FSB Principles set out key elements for: (i) an effective risk appetite framework, (ii) an effective risk appetite statement, (iii) risk limits, and (iv) defining the roles and responsibilities of the board of directors and senior management.
29 August 2013 Policy Framework for Strengthening Oversight and Regulation of Shadow Banking EntitiesThis document sets out the final policy framework to address shadow banking risks posed by non-bank financial entities other than money market funds (MMFs) ("other shadow banking entities").
In response to its November 2012 consultative document 'A Policy Framework for Addressing Shadow Banking Risks in Securities Lending and Repos', the FSB received consultation responses from more than 50 respondents.
29 August 2013 An Overview of Policy Recommendations for Shadow BankingAbstract At the 2011 Summit meeting in Cannes, the G20 Leaders agreed to develop policies to deal with the fault lines exposed by the financial crisis in that part of the financial system that extends credit but is outside the regular banking sector: the so-called "shadow banking system". Those fault lines centred on a heavy […]
16 July 2013 Guidance on Recovery Triggers and Stress ScenariosThis guidance focuses on two specific aspects of recovery plans: the design and nature of criteria triggering senior management consideration of recovery actions, and the severity of hypothetical stress scenarios and the design of stress scenarios more generally.
This guidance should assist authorities and CMGs in their evaluation of the criticality of functions that firms provide to the real economy and financial markets.
This guidance aims to assist authorities and firms in implementing the recovery and resolution planning requirements under the Key Attributes. The guidance was revised in light of comments received during the public consultation.