9 December 2022 The FSB endorses an improved framework for the assessment and mitigation of systemic risk in the insurance sector and discontinues annual identification of global systemically important insurers (G-SIIs)The FSB issues statement on the International Association of Insurance Supervisors’ Holistic Framework and Global Systemically Important Insurers.
8 December 2022 FSB Americas group discusses risks to financial stability, including from non-bank financial intermediation and crypto-assetsFSB holds meeting of the Regional Consultative Group for the Americas in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
8 December 2022 FSB calls for urgent work to address cross-border resolution challenges in the non-bank sectorAnnual progress report on the implementation of resolution reforms notes continued challenges in central counterparty (CCP) resolution and resolvability; operationalising resolution plans for insurers; and cross-border resolution in the non-bank sector.
6 December 2022 FSB Plenary meets in BaselFSB members discussed the outlook for global financial stability, reviewed issues of particular relevance to emerging market and developing economies (EMDEs) and agreed the FSB’s work programme for 2023.
21 November 2022 FSB publishes 2022 G-SIB listList of global systemically important banks remains at 30.
18 November 2022 FSB Sub-Saharan Africa group discusses global and regional vulnerabilities, climate-related risks and cross-border paymentsFSB holds meeting of the Regional Consultative Group for Sub-Saharan Africa in Diani, Ukunda Kenya.
17 November 2022 FSB outlines framework for monitoring progress toward the G20 cross-border payments targetsThe proposed framework for monitoring progress towards the quantitative targets to enhance cross-border payments, includes key performance indicators defined across the FSB’s 11 targets for the three market segments – wholesale, retail, and remittances.
17 November 2022 Conditions for financial stabilityArticle by FSB Chair Klaas Knot in the magazine Indonesia: The Bali Summit published by the G20 Research Centre at the University of Toronto.
2022 annual report to the G20 describes the financial stability outlook, the FSB’s priority areas of work and the implementation and effects of the financial regulatory reforms.