4 November 2011 Intensity and Effectiveness of SIFI Supervision: Progress report on implementing the recommendations on enhanced supervisionIncreasing the intensity and effectiveness of supervision is a key component of the Financial Stability Board's (FSB's) efforts to reduce the moral hazard posed by systemically important financial institutions (the "SIFI framework"), along with requiring added capital loss absorbency and facilitating the orderly resolution of firms. On November 1, 2010 the FSB, in consultation with […]
This document sets out the critical policy measures that form the parts of the FSB SIFI Framework. Full implementation is targeted for 2019.
The Key Attributes are a new internationally-agreed standard that sets out the responsibilities, instruments and powers that national resolution regimes should have to resolve a SIFI as well as requirements for resolvability assessments and recovery and resolution planning for G-SIFIs.
11 October 2011 Assessment of the macroeconomic impact of higher loss absorbency for global systemically important banksWeaknesses at large financial institutions have often played a central role in the triggering and propagation of systemic financial crises. The 2007-09 financial crisis was only the most recent example. Since the crisis, authorities worldwide have sought ways to strengthen regulation and supervision of these institutions, including through efforts at the international level led by […]
On 19 July 2011, the FSB published its consultative document on Effective Resolution of SIFIs. Feedback received from 59 entities on the document are published here.
This consultative document contains a comprehensive package of proposed policy measures to improve the capacity of authorities to resolve SIFIs. Comments should be sent to [email protected] by 2 September 2011.
This report updates on progress by the FSB Secretariat and IMF staff in implementing the 20 recommendations in the November 2009 report endorsed by the G20.
This report recommends a policy framework for addressing the systemic and moral hazard risks associated with systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs).
1 November 2010 Intensity and Effectiveness of SIFI Supervision: Recommendations for Enhanced SupervisionIn the aftermath of the financial crisis, the FSB and the G20 Leaders have identified as a priority the need for more intense and effective supervision particularly as it relates to systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs). The level of supervision applied by national authorities must be commensurate with the potential destabilization risk that such firms […]
This report seeks the endorsement of the G20 Leaders for the overall direction of work on the development of a policy framework for reducing the moral hazard risks posed by SIFIs.