23 November 2020 Cooperation: the foundation of a resilient global financial systemArticle by FSB Chair Randal K. Quarles in the magazine Saudi Arabia: The Riyadh Summit published by the G20 Research Centre at the University of Toronto.
23 November 2020 FSB examines financial stability implications of climate changeFSB analyses how climate-related risks might impact, or be amplified by, the financial system, including across borders.
20 November 2020 FSB sets out progress on interest rate benchmark reformWork for transitioning away from LIBOR needs to accelerate in early 2021.
18 November 2020 FSB highlights need for resolution preparednessReport sets out progress on implementation of reforms to make financial institutions resolvable.
17 November 2020 FSB acts to address issues highlighted by March market turmoilFSB publishes work programme to address risks from non-bank financial intermediation.
16 November 2020 FSB releases guidance on CCP financial resources for resolution and announces further workFSB, CPMI and IOSCO Chairs propose further work to be undertaken in 2021 on financial resources to further strengthen CCP resilience and resolvability.
13 November 2020 FSB publishes annual report on implementation and effects of financial regulatory reformsReport finds that G20 reforms made the financial system more resilient, underscoring the importance of global regulatory cooperation.
The FSB hosted a virtual workshop on 5 November 2020 to present its work on the financial stability implications of BigTech in finance in emerging market and developing economies.