This FSB-NGFS joint report draws lessons for effective scenario analysis and sketches out the global perspective stemming from the various national/regional exercises conducted to date.
14 November 2022 Financial Policies in the Wake of COVID-19: Supporting Equitable Recovery and Addressing Effects from Scarring in the Financial Sector: Final reportThis report sets out steps that could be taken at the international level to aide jurisdictions in their exit strategies, supporting the capacity of the financial system to finance strong and equitable growth.
11 November 2022 FSB Chair’s letter to G20 Leaders: November 2022FSB Chair Klaas Knot’s letter to the G20 Leaders ahead of their November Summit in Bali.
Report assesses vulnerabilities and sets out policies to address systemic risk in NBFI. It also provides an overview of the FSB’s NBFI work programme for 2023 and beyond.
7 November 2022 OTC Derivatives Market Reforms: Implementation progress in 2022Annual progress report on the implementation of over-the-counter derivatives market reforms that followed the 2008 crisis.
20 October 2022 Liquidity in Core Government Bond MarketsThis report, which forms part of the FSB’s work programme to enhance the resilience of non-bank financial intermediation (NBFI), analyses the liquidity, structure, and resilience of core government bond markets.
This consultative document sets out recommendations to address impediments to achieving convergence, advances work on establishing common terminologies related to cyber incidents and proposes the development of a common format for incident reporting exchange.
13 October 2022 Progress Report on Climate-Related DisclosuresReport presents progress and reviews actions taken by the International Sustainability Standards Board in developing the global minimum baseline disclosures standards as well as by individual jurisdictions and firms in improving climate disclosures.
This report aims to assist supervisory and regulatory authorities in developing their approaches to monitor, manage and mitigate risks arising from climate change and to promote consistent approaches across sectors and jurisdictions.