On April 22, 2015, the Financial Stability Board published a statement written by FSB Chairman Mark Carney to the International Monetary and Financial Committee. The statement contains information on ongoing work to finalize post-crisis reforms and measures being taken by the FSB to promote financial stability. The letter discusses certain financial vulnerabilities, such as diminished market liquidity, asset price discontinuities, financial institution misconduct and contagion across markets. The statement reports certain measures taken by the FSB to address these risks, including the formulation of a plan to identify financial stability risks associated with market liquidity in fixed-income markets and asset management activities, ending too-big-to fail for global systemically important banks and developing procedures for implementation monitoring of the agreed international financial regulatory reforms.

 The statement is available at:

http://www.financialstabilityboard.org/2015/04/statement-by-mark-carney-chairman-of-the-financial-stability-boardto-the-international-monetary-and-financial-committee-2/.