The report takes stock of the progress to date, describes implementation issues and the links with policy work and other initiatives, and outlines the strategy going forward.
Invitations to the workshop will be extended to all G-SIBs identified in November 2012 as well as to national and international banking federations that responded to the earlier FSB consultation exercise.
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.
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.
19 March 2012 Public responses to October 2011 consultative document Common Template for Global Systemically Important Banks28 responses to the Consultation paper were received - 11 from national and international industry associations, 14 from individual financial institutions, and 3 from other firms and private individuals. Only the comments from national and international industry associations are published here.
6 October 2011 Understanding Financial Linkages: A Common Data Template for Global Systemically Important BanksThis consultation paper seeks the views of interested parties on a set of options and proposals to improve the data on linkages between G-SIBs and on their exposures and funding dependencies.
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 sets out a summary table of the progress to date, and the proposed action plans going forward, with timetables, in addressing the 20 G20 endorsed recommendations.