The FSB publishes the findings of the peer review of Turkey.
FSB publishes final standards and processes for data collection and aggregation for securities financing transactions, to better monitor securities financing markets for financial stability purposes.
FSB publishes reports to mark further progress in its two-pronged strategy to transform shadow banking into resilient marked-based finance.
FSB welcomes industry initiative to promote the orderly resolution of G-SIBs by extending contractual arrangements for the cross-border effectiveness of temporary stays in resolution for OTC derivatives and securities financing transactions.
FSB publishes report on implementation of compensation principles and standards as part of ongoing monitoring for the G20.
This letter from the FSB Chair to the G20 Leaders in advance of the Antalya Summit reports on progress on the FSB’s work and highlights issues that demand the attention of Leaders.
The TLAC standard has been designed so that failing G-SIBs will have sufficient loss-absorbing and recapitalisation capacity available in resolution.
FSB Chair updates the G20 on the implementation and effects of financial regulatory reforms.
FSB launches consultation on the principles authorities should consider for ensuring the provision of temporary funding for G-SIBs during resolution.
FSB consults on operational continuity in resolution guidance to ensure market participants have confidence resolution strategies and plans can be implemented effectively.
The peer review examines two topics relevant for financial stability and important for Turkey: the macroprudential policy framework and tools; and bank resolution.
FSB standards and processes to allow the FSB to periodically collect aggregated data on securities financing transactions.