This report explores the progress made in improving supervisory practices to achieve more intense and effective supervision since the recent financial crisis.
This paper reports on progress being made at the international and national levels in implementing the DGI recommendations and developing analytical work on new statistical frameworks.
19 June 2012 Overview of Progress in the Implementation of the G20 Recommendations for Strengthening Financial StabilitySince the onset of the global financial crisis, the G20 has established core elements of a new global financial regulatory framework that will make the financial system more resilient and better able to serve the needs of the real economy. National authorities and international bodies, with the Financial Stability Board (FSB) as a central locus […]
15 June 2012 Identifying the Effects of Regulatory Reforms on Emerging Market and Developing Economies: A Review of Potential Unintended ConsequencesAt the request of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors, the FSB, in collaboration with the IMF and World Bank, has prepared this study to identify the extent to which the agreed regulatory reforms may have unintended consequences for EMDEs. The intent of the study is not to re-open recent internationally agreed reforms […]
This report describes progress made to extend the SIFI framework to banks that are systemically important in a domestic context (D-SIBs)
FSB Chair provided an update to the G20 on progress towards (i) building resilient financial institutions; (ii) ending "too big to fail"; (iii) strengthening the oversight and regulation of shadow banking activities; (iv) completing OTC derivatives and other reforms to create continuous core markets; and (v) implementing agreed G20 reforms in a timely and consistent manner.