27 June 2010 FSB Chair's Letter to G20 LeadersThe FSB Chair reports on progress on core areas of reform: strengthening bank capital and liquidity standards; reducing the moral hazard posed by SIFIs; improving OTC derivatives markets; and enhancing incentive structures and transparency.
This report seeks the endorsement of the G20 Leaders for the overall direction of work on the development of a policy framework for reducing the moral hazard risks posed by SIFIs.
27 June 2010 Overview of Progress in the Implementation of the G20 Recommendations for Strengthening Financial StabilitySince the Pittsburgh Summit, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and its members have continued to press ahead with the G20 program of financial reforms. As called for by the G20 Leaders in Pittsburgh, the FSB has continued to coordinate and monitor progress, "which will be essential to the full and consistent implementation of needed reforms". […]
This report sets out a summary table of the progress to date, and the proposed action plans going forward, with timetables, in addressing the 20 G20 endorsed recommendations.
19 April 2010 Progress since the St Andrews meeting in Implementing the G20 Recommendations for Strengthening Financial StabilityThis report describes the measures that have been taken and other progress made to implement the recommendations made by the G20 and the FSB for strengthening financial stability since the November 2009 meeting of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors at St Andrews.
To inform the preparation of the paper, country authorities were surveyed on their experiences with identifying systemically important institutions, markets and instruments. Feedback on an initial draft questionnaire, coordinated by the IMF, FSB and BIS, was sought from counterparts at several central banks (see Attachment). The finalized questionnaire was subsequently sent out to the central […]
The attached report and background paper respond to a request made by the G20 Leaders in April 2009 to develop guidance for national authorities to assess the systemic importance of financial institutions, markets and instruments. The report outlines conceptual and analytical approaches to the assessment of systemic importance and discusses a possible form for general […]