7 November 2009 FSB releases reports submitted to the G20The FSB is publishing today the following four reports submitted to G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors: (i) Progress since the Pittsburgh Summit in Implementing the G20 Recommendations for Strengthening Financial Stability (ii) Exit from extraordinary financial sector support measures (iii) Guidance to Assess the Systemic Importance of Financial Institutions, Markets and Instruments: Initial Considerations, and (iv) The Financial Crisis and Information Gaps
25 September 2009 G20 Leaders endorse the Financial Stability Board's CharterThe G20 Leaders at today’s Pittsburgh Summit endorsed the Charter formally establishing the Financial Stability Board (FSB).The Charter also sets out its objectives, mandate, membership and organisational processes.
25 September 2009 FSB issues Implementation Standards for the Principles for Sound Compensation PracticesThe implementation standards focus on areas of the FSB Principles for Sound Compensation Practices where rapid progress is especially needed.
25 September 2009 Financial Stability Board reports on improving financial regulationThe FSB is publishing today two reports submitted to G20 Leaders for their Pittsburgh Summit which cover policy measures for improving financial regulation and progress in implementing the London Summit recommendations for strengthening financial stability.
15 September 2009 FSB Plenary meets in Paris, FranceAt its meeting in Paris, the FSB reviewed the main risks facing the financial system and potential policy responses. It also discussed further work to improve financial regulation and progress in implementing reforms.
27 June 2009 FSB holds inaugural meeting in Basel, SwitzerlandThe FSB held its inaugural meeting in Basel on 26-27 June. This was the first meeting since the Financial Stability Forum (FSF) was re-established as the FSB with an expanded membership and a broader mandate to promote financial stability.
The Monitoring Group, a group of international regulatory bodies and related organizations committed to advancing the public interest in areas related to international audit quality, announces the adoption of a formal Charter.
FSF re-established as the Financial Stability Board with a broadened mandate to promote financial stability.
The FSF issued reports today covering recommendations for addressing procyclicality in the financial system, principles for sound compensation practices and principles for cross-border cooperation on crisis management.