Organisation: Financial Stability Board

“The data still isn’t good enough”: FSB publishes climate progress reports

The Financial Stability Board has outlined its ambitions for climate-related financial risk regulation, but practitioners have said the documents, “devoid of any obvious scientific input”, won’t be enough to build satisfactory stress testing standards around.

17 October 2022

"The crypto world has to brace for impact": FSB proposes post-Terra regulatory framework

The Financial Stability Board has published its long-awaited proposed framework regulating crypto-assets.

12 October 2022

UK regulators propose tighter MMF rules

The UK’s financial regulators have announced plans to improve the resilience of money market funds by requiring them to hold more liquid assets and limiting dealing frequency.

25 May 2022

FSB urges expanded toolbox for addressing systemic climate risks

The Financial Stability Board has released its latest stock-take of regulatory efforts on the climate front – suggesting expanded use of scenario analysis and stress testing, more granular climate reporting requirements, and greater use of macroprudential tools by national regulators.

03 May 2022

Commodities, cyber and climate: Global regulators warn of Russian invasion’s catalysing effects to existing risks

Regulators in the EU, Canada and the Financial Stability Board have all warned that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine war is exacerbating existing commodity market, environmental, and cyber security risks.

22 April 2022

Crypto assets a threat to global stability, FSB says

Crypto-assets’ too-rapid evolution may threaten global financial stability, according to a new warning issued by the Financial Stability Board (FSB), the same day as 18 crypto companies join together to propose an “industry-driven solution” for crypto to comply with FATF standards.

17 February 2022

Fed’s Quarles resigning

Federal Reserve governor Randal Quarles is set to step down from the regulator’s board at year end, as US president Joe Biden continues to mull the reappointment of the central bank’s chair Jerome Powell.

10 November 2021

FSB official casts doubt on functionality of G20 reforms during pandemic

The Financial Stability Board’s secretary general Dietrich Domanski has said the pandemic has shown that certain elements of the post-financial crisis reforms may not be working as intended and “warrant further examination”.

22 July 2021

Investors should pay for MMF redemptions, say FSB proposals

The Financial Stability Board has proposed an overhaul of regulators’ approach to money market funds, calling for investors to pay to redeem funds, after a report into large panicked redemptions at the outset of the covid-19 crisis.

05 July 2021

FCA pushes to net zero in climate disclosure plans

Issuers of listed securities and asset managers will need to make climate disclosures under new FCA proposals, seeking to bring financial regulation in line with the UK’s 2050 net-zero goal.

24 June 2021

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