This first annual progress report presents a consolidated update on the progress made by the standard-setting bodies and relevant international organisations, across a wide variety of initiatives to assess and address the financial risk from climate change, and identifies areas that continue to require attention.
FSB Chair Klaas Knot’s letter to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors ahead of their July meeting in Bali.
13 July 2022 Exit Strategies to Support Equitable Recovery and Address Effects from COVID-19 Scarring in the Financial SectorReport discusses strategies to exit or amend extraordinary policies while supporting equitable recovery and addressing effects from COVID-19 scarring in the financial sector in light of recent developments.
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.