14 November 2013 Global Shadow Banking Monitoring Report 2013This report presents the results of the third annual global shadow banking monitoring exercise and offers a systematic account of the size, composition and trends of non-bank financial intermediation across major global financial systems.
18 November 2012 Global Shadow Banking Monitoring Report 2012This report presents the results of the second annual global shadow banking monitoring exercise and offers a systematic account of the size, composition and trends of non-bank financial intermediation across major global financial systems.
16 May 2011 Public responses to April 2011 note Potential Financial Stability Issues Arising from Recent Trends in ETFsPublic contributions received on the FSB's note on ETFs published on 12 April 2011. The FSB and its member authorities and standard setting bodies are continuing to monitor developments in the ETF market closely, and will use the feedback received as an input for their work.
11 April 2011 Potential Financial Stability Issues Arising From Recent Trends in Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)This paper highlights a number of recent developments related to certain types of ETFs that pose concerns to financial stability. Feedback on the note should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 16 May 2011.
7 November 2009 Exit from extraordinary financial sector support measuresNote for the G20 Ministers and Governors for their 6-7 November 2009 meeting on the appropriate considerations for the removal of extraordinary financial sector support measures.
15 October 2007 Progress in Implementing the Recommendations of the FSF Update Report on Highly Leveraged InstitutionsThis report summarises the progress made in implementing the recommendations of the FSF Update Report on highly leveraged institutions (HLIs) originally published in May 2007.
19 May 2007 Update of the FSF's 2000 HLI ReportThis report is an update of the FSF's 2000 Report on Highly Leveraged Institutions and focuses on financial stability issues relating to hedge funds.
This note reviews some of the ways in which a global influenza pandemic may affect macroeconomic and financial stability and identifies areas which call for planning and coordination by financial system participants and authorities.