The Financial Stability Board has reported on the outcome of its July 2016 plenary meeting, which includes the following points of interest: (i) progress on a joint workplan to promote CCP resilience, recovery planning and resolvability; (ii) the implementation of reforms to the OTC markets in relation to the removal of identified legal barriers to the full reporting of, and authorities' access to, information about these transactions by 2018; (iii) a review of progress and possible next steps for work on the role of incentives, including compensation tools and governance frameworks in financial institutions, in reducing misconduct risk in financial firms; and (iv) the FSB's draft second annual report to the G20 on the implementation and effects of financial regulatory reforms, which will provide updated country-by-country information on progress in implementing reforms. The report will be published ahead of the September 2016 G20 Summit.