30 June 2022 FSB Plenary meets in AmsterdamFSB members discussed the outlook for global financial stability against the backdrop of the continuing war against Ukraine, as well as the FSB’s planned contributions to the July G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Indonesia.
18 November 2021 FSB Plenary meets in BaselFSB members discussed vulnerabilities in the global financial system, reviewed issues affecting emerging market and developing economies and agreed the FSB’s work programme for 2022.
7 November 2019 FSB Plenary meets in ParisFSB Plenary meets in Paris to review vulnerabilities in the global financial system, discuss FinTech developments and ongoing work, and agree its work programme for 2020.
26 April 2019 FSB Plenary meets in New YorkFSB Plenary meets in New York to discuss current vulnerabilities in the global financial system and progress under its 2019 work programme.
FSB’s 2019 work programme reflects its pivot to implementing and evaluating the effects of reforms and addressing new and emerging vulnerabilities.
25 June 2018 FSB assesses financial vulnerabilities and takes stock of actions under its 2018 workplanFSB Plenary agrees next steps on monitoring of crypto-asset risks, cyber resilience, evaluations of the effects of reforms and a review of processes and transparency.
FSB Plenary meets in Berlin to discuss workplan for the Argentine G20 Presidency.
28 February 2017 FSB assesses implementation progress and effects of reformsFSB Plenary meets to discuss emerging vulnerabilities, implementation and effects of reforms, shadow banking, OTC derivatives, misconduct, FinTech, insurance systemic risk and TCFD.
17 November 2016 Financial Stability Board agrees 2017 workplanFSB Plenary meets to discuss emerging vulnerabilities, implementation and effects of reforms, market-based finance, CCP resolution, G-SIFIs, climate risk disclosure, correspondent banking, misconduct and FinTech.
FSB Plenary meets to discuss emerging vulnerabilities, annual report on implementation and effects, macroprudential frameworks and tools, CCPs, effective resolution regimes, OTC derivatives trade reporting, the decline in correspondent banking, reducing misconduct, plus accounting and audit issues.