On July 2, 2015, the Financial Stability Board announced a peer review on the implementation of its shadow banking framework, excluding money market funds. The review will assess the extent to which FSB-member jurisdictions have adequately assessed shadow banking entities based on the economic functions that they undertake, adopted tools to mitigate any identified financial stability risks, implemented reporting requirements for public disclosure by shadow banking entities of certain risks and implemented arrangements, systems and processes for authorities to collect and analyze information about the risks that shadow banking entities pose. Questionnaires will be provided to FSB members for completion and to feed back into the review report, which will be published in early 2016. The FSB is also inviting financial market participants and stakeholders to comment by July 24, 2015, on means of updating the regulatory perimeter, types of information needed to assess shadow banking risks, methods for enhancing transparency of shadow bank entities’ risks and the design of policy tools to mitigate financial stability risks posed by shadow banking entities.
The FSB terms of reference for the peer review are available at: http://www.financialstabilityboard.org/2015/07/fsb-launches-peer-review-on-the-implementation-of-its-policyframework-for-shadow-banking-entities-and-invites-feedback-from-stakeholders/.