Tenth Progress Report on Implementation: FSB report provides an update on the implementation of the agreed G20 reforms to over-the-counter derivatives market.
22 September 2015 The Financial Crisis and Information GapsFSB and IMF publish the sixth annual report highlighting significant progress in addressing data gaps identified in the global financial crisis.
22 September 2015 Work on Foreign Currency ExposuresIMF, FSB and BIS present an update on work to address data gaps for cross-currency exposures.
This ninth progress report on OTC derivatives market reform implementation describes progress as at end-June 2015.
This report describes progress as at July 2015 in implementing the FSB’s recommendations to enhance existing major interest rate benchmarks and to develop risk-free rate benchmarks.
14 November 2014 FSB Chair’s Letter to G20 Leaders for the Brisbane SummitThis letter reports on progress in financial reforms and highlights the major issues for the attention of G20 Leaders, with an attached dashboard summarising the status of implementation of priority reforms.
14 November 2014 Progress Report on Transforming Shadow Banking into Resilient Market-Based FinancingThis document sets out the FSB’s approach to transforming shadow banking into resilient market-based financing to date, and the next steps (roadmap) for 2015.
14 November 2014 Overview of Progress in the Implementation of the G20 Recommendations for Strengthening Financial StabilityThis document describes the progress made by the FSB and its members to promote financial stability and strengthen the resilience of the global financial system since the G20 St Petersburg Summit in September 2013.
12 November 2014 Report to the G20 on Progress in Reform of Resolution Regimes and Resolution Planning for G-SIFIsThis report finds continuing, though incomplete, progress in the reform of resolution regimes and resolution planning and identifies areas where further work is needed.
This report is the eighth progress report on implementation of OTC derivatives market reforms.