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.
On 12 April 2011, the FSB published a note titled "Shadow Banking: Scoping the Issues". Comments received from the public on this note are published here.
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.
29 April 2011 Promoting global adherence to regulatory and supervisory standards on international cooperation and information exchangeThis progress report announces that the FSB has prioritized a pool of about 60 jurisdictions for evaluation and will publish in November 2011 the list of jurisdictions evaluated, including any non-cooperative jurisdictions.
15 April 2011 Progress in the Implementation of the G20 Recommendations for Strengthening Financial StabilityThis report provides an overview of work underway to implement the G20 recommendations for strengthening financial stability. It focuses on international policy development and implementation that has taken place since the G20 Finance Ministers and Governors meeting in February 2011.
This is the FSB’s first progress report on implementation of OTC derivatives market reforms.
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 [email protected] by 16 May 2011.
18 March 2011 Thematic Review on Risk Disclosure PracticesThis thematic review assesses implementation of these recommendations by the 24 FSB member jurisdictions and by the major financial institutions located in those jurisdictions.
The report takes stock of existing mortgage underwriting practices and provides a framework for jurisdictions to set minimum acceptable underwriting standards.