13 July 2021 Lessons learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic from a financial stability perspective: Interim reportThis report identifies preliminary lessons from the COVID-19 experience and aspects related to the functioning of the G20 financial regulatory reforms that may warrant further attention.
FSB Chair Randal K. Quarles’ letter to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors ahead of their July meeting.
The FSB roadmap sets out a comprehensive and coordinated plan for addressing climate-related financial risks, including steps and indicative timeframes needed to do so, and paves the way for implementation.
7 July 2021 The availability of data with which to monitor and assess climate-related risks to financial stabilityThis report examines the data needed to monitor and assess climate-related risks to the financial system, and proposes work to address current limitations and gaps.
7 July 2021 Report on promoting climate-related disclosuresThe FSB calls for an acceleration of progress in the implementation of climate-related disclosures using a framework based on the TCFD recommendations.
6 July 2021 Progress report to the G20 on LIBOR transition issues: Recent developments, supervisory issues and next stepsThis report looks at recent progress made on LIBOR transition and stresses the need for urgent action by the end of 2021
Public consultation on the FSB’s policy proposals to enhance money market fund resilience.
FSB Chair Randal K. Quarles’ letter to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors ahead of their April virtual meeting.
This report considers the extension, amendment and ending of COVID-19 policy support measures through the lens of financial stability and the capacity of the financial system to finance growth.
FSB evaluation finds too-big-to-fail reforms have made banks more resilient and resolvable, but some gaps still need to be addressed to realise the full benefits of reforms.