News

1 July 2020 Conclusions from the FSB’s too-big-to-fail evaluation

Claudia M. Buch, Vice-President, Deutsche Bundesbank sets out the conclusions from the FSB’s evaluation of the effects of too-big-to-fail reforms.
Content Type(s): Announcements, Multimedia

1 July 2020 FSB statement on the impact of COVID-19 on global benchmark reform

Financial and other firms should continue to ensure that their transition programmes enable them to transition to LIBOR alternatives before end-2021.
Content Type(s): Press, Press Releases Source(s): FSB Policy Area(s): COVID-19, Financial Benchmarks

28 June 2020 FSB press briefing: Too-big-to-fail evaluation

Opening statement by Claudia M. Buch, Vice-President, Deutsche Bundesbank, for an FSB press briefing.
Content Type(s): Speeches Source(s): FSB Policy Area(s): Effects of Reforms, Resolution and Crisis Management, SIFIs

25 June 2020 COVID-19, the Financial Stability Board and the G20 Financial Reform Agenda

FSB Secretary General Dietrich Domanski speaks on a Peterson Institute virtual panel hosted by Nicolas Véron (Peterson Institute) and Caroline Atkinson (Peterson Institute Board member and former Deputy National Security Adviser for International Economics).
Content Type(s): Multimedia, Press, Speeches Source(s): FSB Policy Area(s): COVID-19, Vulnerabilities Assessments

5 June 2020 FSB Americas group discusses financial vulnerabilities and the impact of COVID-19

FSB holds virtual meeting of Regional Consultative Group for the Americas.

28 May 2020 FSB Europe group discusses financial vulnerabilities and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic

FSB holds virtual meeting of Regional Consultative Group for Europe.
Content Type(s): Other Meetings, Press, Press Releases Source(s): FSB, RCGs Policy Area(s): COVID-19, Vulnerabilities Assessments

26 May 2020 Financial policymakers discuss responses to COVID-19 with the private sector

Official and private sector participants discuss effectiveness of COVID-related financial policy measures.
Content Type(s): Press, Press Releases Source(s): BCBS, CPMI, FSB, IAIS, IOSCO Policy Area(s): COVID-19