13 August 2015 FSB completes Peer Review of ChinaThe FSB publishes the findings of the peer review of China.
The FSB announced next steps on the assessment methodologies for non-bank non-insurer global systemically important financial institutions (NBNI G-SIFIs).
The FSB published a ninth progress report on implementing OTC derivatives market reforms.
The FSB publishes an interim report on progress in reforming existing major interest rate benchmarks (such as LIBOR, EURIBOR and TIBOR) and in developing alternative risk-free rate benchmarks.
2 July 2015 FSB launches and invites feedback on its Peer Review on implementation of the FSB policy framework for shadow banking entitiesThe FSB invites feedback on areas covered in the review, including amongst others, assessment of financial stability risks posed by shadow bank entities and policy tools to mitigate these risks.
12 June 2015 FSB and IOSCO publish Public Responses to the Second Consultative Document on NBNI G-SIFI Assessment MethodologiesFSB and IOSCO publish public responses to the March 2015 second consultative document on assessment methodologies for identifying non-bank non-insurer global systemically important financial institutions.
An article, “Keep finance safe but do not shut out the vulnerable”, by FSB Chair Mark Carney and World Bank Group CFO Bertrand Badré was published in the Financial Times (3 June print edition).
28 May 2015 FSB RCG Americas meets in Cancún, MéxicoToday, the Banco de México hosted the eighth meeting of the FSB Regional Consultative Group (RCG) for the Americas in Cancún, México.
13 August 2015 Peer Review of ChinaThe peer review examines two topics relevant for financial stability and important for China: the macroprudential management framework and non-bank credit intermediation.
The FSB and the IAIS held a workshop in May 2015 with senior executives from internationally active insurance companies on the governance of compensation frameworks and alignment of compensation with prudent risk-taking.