The FSB identifies the first group of 9 global systemically important insurers (G-SIIs) and the policy measures that apply to them.
19 April 2013 Implementing the FSB Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes - how far have we come?At their February meeting this year, the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors reiterated their commitment to ensure that all global systemically important financial institutions (G-SIFIs) are resolvable, and requested a report on progress. Authorities have made continued efforts to develop resolution strategies and operational plans for all G-SIFIs and to introduce resolution powers […]
FSB Chair reports on progress in three key areas of reform to create a more resilient global financial system. They include implementation of the Basel III capital and liquidity requirements, implementation of reforms to resolution regimes and implementation of OTC derivatives reforms.
16 February 2013 Financial regulatory factors affecting the availability of long-term investment financeThe most important contribution of financial regulatory reforms to LT investment finance is to promote a safer, sounder and therefore more resilient financial system. If implemented in timely and consistent manner, these reforms will help rebuild confidence in the global financial system, which will enhance its ability to intermediate financial flows through the cycle and […]
FSB Chair reviews the progress made in implementation of financial regulatory reforms, provides an assessment of the effect of the G20 financial regulatory programme on the availability of long term investment finance, and highlights FSB's priorities and work plans.
5 November 2012 Implementing the Global Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) System - A Charter for the Regulatory Oversight Committee and Report on ProgressNote for the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting 4/5 November 2012 This note seeks the endorsement of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors for the draft Charter for the Regulatory Oversight Committee of the Global LEI System. The draft has been approved by the FSB and is provided in the […]
5 November 2012 Roadmap for Reducing Reliance on CRA RatingsThe roadmap sets clear timelines for concrete action to reduce mechanistic reliance on CRA ratings and for authorities to promote and strengthen own credit risk assessment approaches.
This letter summarises the progress being made in the priority areas identified by the G20 Leaders. These include (i) building resilient financial institutions; (ii) ending "too big to fail"; (iii) strengthening the oversight and regulation of shadow banking activities; and (iv) creating continuous core markets by completing OTC derivatives and related reforms.