14 October 2021 FSB welcomes TCFD status reportDisclosures have accelerated thanks to jurisdictional initiatives, as well as through the IFRS Foundation’s work to develop a baseline reporting standard.
13 October 2021 FSB publishes targets for enhancing cross-border payments and progress under its RoadmapProgress report accompanied by finalised targets for addressing the four challenges of cross-border payments.
11 October 2021 FSB Chair updates the G20 on enhancing resilience in non-bank financial intermediation and addressing challenges in cross-border paymentsFSB Chair’s letter to G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors focuses on two key areas of the FSB’s work.
11 October 2021 FSB publishes final report with policy proposals to enhance money market fund resilienceReport sets out proposals and considerations on how policy options could be selected and combined to address all the vulnerabilities arising from different types of MMFs.
Sixth Progress Report flags challenges to implementation for DGI-2 and outlines the remaining work towards completing the recommendations, including a possible new data gaps initiative beyond 2021.
7 October 2021 FSB publishes progress report on the regulation, supervision and oversight of “global stablecoin” arrangementsThe report assesses remaining challenges to the implementation of the FSB high-level recommendations and financial stability concerns.
30 September 2021 FSB launches new financial stability surveillance frameworkThe new framework improves the effectiveness and timeliness of the identification of vulnerabilities in the global financial system.
13 July 2021 FSB identifies preliminary lessons for financial stability from the COVID-19 experienceFSB interim report on lessons learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic identifies preliminary lessons for financial stability and some areas of post-2008 crisis regulatory reforms that require further consideration.
7 July 2021 FSB Chair presents a comprehensive roadmap for addressing climate-related financial risksChair’s letter also highlights policy proposals to enhance the resilience of money market funds and the importance of completing LIBOR transition.
With limited time left until end-2021, all firms across the globe must act urgently to complete the steps set out in the Global Transition Roadmap.