16 July 2013 Guidance on Recovery Triggers and Stress ScenariosThis guidance focuses on two specific aspects of recovery plans: the design and nature of criteria triggering senior management consideration of recovery actions, and the severity of hypothetical stress scenarios and the design of stress scenarios more generally.
This guidance should assist authorities and CMGs in their evaluation of the criticality of functions that firms provide to the real economy and financial markets.
This guidance aims to assist authorities and firms in implementing the recovery and resolution planning requirements under the Key Attributes. The guidance was revised in light of comments received during the public consultation.
19 April 2013 Implementing the FSB Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes - how far have we come?At their February meeting this year, the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors reiterated their commitment to ensure that all global systemically important financial institutions (G-SIFIs) are resolvable, and requested a report on progress. Authorities have made continued efforts to develop resolution strategies and operational plans for all G-SIFIs and to introduce resolution powers […]
The FSB announces the successful implementation of Phase 1 of the harmonised collection and pooling of improved consolidated data on bilateral counterparty credit exposures of major systemic banks.
11 April 2013 Thematic Review on Resolution RegimesThe thematic peer review report evaluates FSB jurisdictions’ existing resolution regimes and planned changes to those regimes using the FSB Key Attributes for Effective Resolution Regimes for Financial Institutions as a benchmark, and makes recommendations to support its timely and consistent implementation.
The group of G-SIFIs is to be updated annually based on new data and published by the FSB each November.
This paper reports on progress being made at the international and national levels in implementing the DGI recommendations and developing analytical work on new statistical frameworks.
This report describes progress made to extend the SIFI framework to banks that are systemically important in a domestic context (D-SIBs)