17 November 2022 FSB outlines framework for monitoring progress toward the G20 cross-border payments targetsThe proposed framework for monitoring progress towards the quantitative targets to enhance cross-border payments, includes key performance indicators defined across the FSB’s 11 targets for the three market segments – wholesale, retail, and remittances.
2022 annual report to the G20 describes the financial stability outlook, the FSB’s priority areas of work and the implementation and effects of the financial regulatory reforms.
15 November 2022 Current climate scenario analysis exercises may understate climate exposures and vulnerabilities, warn FSB and NGFSInitial findings from climate scenario analyses undertaken by financial authorities to assess climate-related risks suggest that measures of exposure and vulnerability to tail risks are likely understated.
14 November 2022 FSB announces new Secretary GeneralJohn W Schindler becomes FSB Secretary General.
Report outlines current issues in promoting a strong and equitable recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and steps authorities can take to prevent financial stability impacts and scarring effects to sustainable growth over the long term.
11 November 2022 FSB Chair writes to G20 Leaders ahead of the Bali SummitLetter warns that tighter financial conditions threaten to expose vulnerabilities within the financial system and underscore the need for international cooperation.
10 November 2022 FSB Europe Group discusses financial stability outlook and policies to address risks from crypto-asset activitiesFSB holds meeting of its Regional Consultative Group for Europe in Lisbon.
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