This report, which forms part of the FSB’s work programme on non-bank financial intermediation, presents the findings of FSB work with IMF staff on the interaction between US dollar (USD) funding and external vulnerabilities in emerging market economies (EMEs).
FSB Chair’s letter discusses current challenges for financial stability following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the FSB’s work to bolster financial system resilience.
17 February 2022 FSB Chair’s letter to G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors: February 2022FSB Chair’s letter outlines the FSB’s policy work to promote global financial resilience in 2022.
16 February 2022 Assessment of Risks to Financial Stability from Crypto-assetsThis report provides the FSB’s view on recent developments in crypto-asset markets and their implications for global financial stability.
This report describes progress over the past year and planned work by the FSB, as well as by standard-setting bodies and other international organisations, to enhance the resilience of non-bank financial intermediation.
28 October 2021 FSB Chair’s letter to G20 Leaders: October 2021FSB Chair Randal K. Quarles’s letter to the G20 Leaders ahead of their October Summit in Rome.
28 October 2021 Lessons learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic from a financial stability perspective: Final reportThis final report updates the assessment of lessons learnt for financial stability from the COVID-19 pandemic and outlines actions by the FSB and other standard-setting bodies in response to those lessons.
27 October 2021 2021 FSB Annual ReportReport presents the FSB’s high-level assessment of current vulnerabilities in the global financial system; describes its ongoing financial stability work; and reports on the implementation and effects of G20 reforms.
19 October 2021 Cyber Incident Reporting: Existing Approaches and Next Steps for Broader ConvergenceThis report sets out actions to achieve greater convergence in the reporting of cyber incidents.
This report summarises progress to date during the first year of the roadmap and confirms the next steps for 2022 and beyond.