This is a progress report on the recommendations of the Working Group created at the FSF's inaugural meeting in April 1999, under the chairmanship of Mr Howard Davies, Chairman, Financial Services Authority, UK, to review the implications of Highly Leveraged Institutions (HLIs) for global stability. The report notes that good progress is being made to […]
In April 2000, the Financial Stability Forum established a Working Group on Deposit Insurance (the .Working Group.). The Working Group.s mandate (for a list of members see Annex A) is to develop guidance on sound deposit insurance arrangements. The mandate also specifies that the .development of the guidance should be undertaken through a consultative process […]
7 September 2000 Follow-up Group on Incentives to Foster Implementation of StandardsThis report, by a follow-up group chaired by Mr Axel Nawrath, Director General, the Federal Finance Ministry of Germany, outlines a strategy for encouraging all economies to implement the 12 key standards endorsed by the FSF through: official incentives (e.g. assessments by International Financial Institutions); market incentives to promote discipline and assessments; and market […]
Lays out a proposed approach to investigate and consult on the issues concerning guidance on the design and operation of deposit insurance systems.
This report by FSF Working Group on Offshore Financial Centres (OFCs), convened to consider the significance of OFCs in relation to financial stability in all its aspects, lays out the Group’s findings, identified key issues, and its recommendations.
The final report of HLI Working Group, set up to assess the challenges posed by highly leveraged institutions (HLIs) to financial stability, presents the Working Group’s conclusions and policy recommendations.
5 April 2000 Working Group on Capital FlowsThis report by the Working Group on Capital Flows evaluates financial stability concerns related to capital flows and makes associated recommendations.
This is an issues paper report of a task force set up by the FSF in September 1999, under the chair of Mr Andrew Sheng, Chairman, Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong. The paper which was submitted to the FSF 25-26 March 2000 meeting: identifies a set of international standards most relevant to strengthening financial […]