28 July 2023 Final Reflections on the LIBOR TransitionFSB statement following the end of the remaining USD LIBOR panel at the end of June 2023.
25 July 2023 Potential Financial Headwinds – Why the FSB is focused on non-bank financial intermediationKeynote speech by FSB Secretary General, John Schindler, at the International Finance and Banking Society 2023 Conference at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Oxford.
FSB publishes recommendations, constituting a regulatory and supervisory framework for crypto-assets and stablecoins.
14 July 2023 Policy issues concerning BigTech and FinTech, including the Third-Party Risk Management FrameworkIntroductory remarks by FSB Secretary General, John Schindler, at the Side Event on Policy issues concerning BigTech and FinTech, including the Third-Party Risk Management Framework, during the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Deputies Meeting in Gandhinagar, India.
13 July 2023 FSB outlines next steps on climate roadmap, following the finalisation of the global sustainability disclosure standardsReport presents a consolidated update of the progress made by standard-setting bodies and international organisations to address climate-related financial risks and identifies areas that require further attention.
12 July 2023 FSB Chair outlines work on recent banking turmoil and to finalise crypto-asset recommendationsFSB Chair’s letter outlines work to learn lessons from recent events in the banking sector and presents the FSB’s reports on crypto-assets, open-ended funds, third-party risk management and climate-related financial risks.
6 July 2023 FSB Plenary meets in FrankfurtFSB members discussed the outlook for global financial stability, preliminary lessons from the recent banking-sector turmoil, as well as the FSB’s deliverables to the July G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in India.
5 July 2023 FSB consults on policies to address vulnerabilities from liquidity mismatch in open-ended fundsProposed revisions incorporate lessons learnt since 2017 and aim to enhance the resilience of non-bank financial intermediation.
FSB statement following the publication of the International Sustainability Standards Board‘s final standards on general sustainability-related disclosures and on climate-related disclosures.