Find out more about the committees and composition of the FSB.
Read about FSB members’ commitment to lead by example in terms of their adherence to international standards.
Report provides new information on global trends and risks in non-bank financial intermediation.
FSB Vice Chair Klaas Knot speaks at the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) International Symposium.
This report identifies preliminary lessons from the COVID-19 experience and aspects related to the functioning of the G20 financial regulatory reforms that may warrant further attention.
FSB Chair Randal K. Quarles’ letter to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors ahead of their July meeting
The FSB roadmap sets out a plan for addressing climate-related financial risks, including steps and timeframes needed to do so, and paves the way for implementation
With limited time left until end-2021, all firms across the globe must act urgently to complete the steps set out in the Global Transition Roadmap.
Analysis of market reaction to COVID-19 and the FSB’s work programme to address non-bank financial intermediation risks.
The review seeks to support COVID-19 response efforts by examining FSB member jurisdictions’ practices, experiences and lessons from out of court debt workouts, and the implications for financial stability.
Public consultation sets out policy proposals to enhance MMF resilience, including with respect to the appropriate structure of the sector and of underlying short-term funding markets.