Implementation Monitoring

The FSB, through the Standing Committee on Standards Implementation (SCSI), coordinates and oversees the monitoring of the implementation of agreed financial reforms and its reporting to the G20. This includes reporting on members’ commitments and progress in implementing international financial standards and other policy initiatives; conducting peer reviews of FSB members (which are an obligation of membership); and encouraging global adherence to prudential regulatory and supervisory standards.

In order to strengthen the coordination and effectiveness of this monitoring, the FSB, in collaboration with the standard-setting bodies (SSBs), established a framework in October 2011 for monitoring and reporting on the implementation of the G20 financial reforms: the Coordination Framework for Implementation Monitoring (CFIM). The CFIM was endorsed by the G20 Leaders at the Cannes Summit as a way to "intensify our monitoring of financial regulatory reforms, report on our progress and track our deficiencies".

The CFIM distinguishes between priority areas, which undergo more intensive monitoring and detailed reporting via periodic progress reports and peer reviews, and other areas of reform. The current list of priority areas, reviewed annually by the FSB in light of policy developments at the international level, comprises:

  • The Basel III framework
  • Policy measures for global systemically important financial institutions
  • Compensation practices
  • Over-the-counter derivatives market reforms
  • Resolution frameworks

  • Non-bank financial intermediation

Effects of Reforms

With the main elements of the post-crisis reforms agreed and implementation underway, more detailed analysis of the effects of those reforms is becoming possible. The FSB, in collaboration with the SSBs, is analysing the effects of reforms, including whether the reforms are working together as intended. The main findings are summarised in the annual FSB reports on the implementation and effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms.

In order to enhance the analysis of the effects of reforms, the FSB in collaboration with the SSBs published in July 2017 a framework for the post-implementation evaluation of the effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms. The framework guides analyses of whether the reforms are achieving their intended outcomes, and helps identify any material unintended consequences that may have to be addressed, without compromising on the objectives of the reforms.

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Annual Report on Implementation and Effects

In 2015, the FSB started to publish – and send to G20 Summits – annual reports on the implementation and effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms. The reports highlighted the progress made by G20 and FSB members in implementing regulatory reforms to fix the fault lines that led to the global financial crisis and build a safer, more resilient financial system. With the FSB’s overall work shifting increasingly to new topics and the assessment of new and emerging risks, the report has been revamped to be more forward-looking and encompassing so that it describes the FSB’s work to promote global financial stability.