10 November 2022 FSB sets out policy proposals to address systemic risk in non-bank financial intermediationFSB report identifies a set of activities and types of entities that may particularly contribute to aggregate liquidity imbalances and proposes policies to address them, and describes further work to enhance NBFI resilience.
FSB holds virtual meeting of the Regional Consultative Group for Asia
20 October 2022 FSB analyses liquidity in core government bond marketsFSB report analyses the liquidity, structure, and resilience of core government bond markets, as part of its work programme to enhance the resilience of non-bank financial intermediation.
FSB seeks feedback on its recommendations to address impediments to achieving convergence, further work on establishing common terminologies related to cyber incidents and a proposal to develop a common format for incident reporting exchange.
13 October 2022 FSB publishes recommendations for supervisory and regulatory approaches to climate-related risks and calls for continued progress on disclosuresFSB encourages authorities to explore the potential for a macroprudential policy response in parallel with microprudential measures to address climate-related risks and stresses the need for the timely issuance of a final global baseline climate reporting standard, ready for adoption across jurisdictions.
The FSB is inviting comments from all interested stakeholders on its proposed set of recommendations on crypto-assets and global stablecoins as well as on the questions set out below. Responses should be sent to email@example.com by 15 December 2022. Responses will be published on the FSB’s website unless respondents expressly request otherwise.
11 October 2022 FSB Chair sets out ongoing work to strengthen financial resilience amidst growing financial stability challengesFSB Chairs letter warns of risks to the outlook for financial stability, and presents the FSB’s reports on crypto-assets, cross-border payments, cyber incident reporting and climate disclosures and regulatory and supervisory approaches to addressing climate-related financial risks.
FSB announces a comprehensive set of proposals for the regulation and supervision of crypto-asset activities and invites feedback on the recommendations.