On September 6, 2016, the G20 Leaders published the Communiqué from the Hangzhou Summit. The G20 Leaders reiterated their commitment to finalizing the remaining elements of the financial sector reform agenda, including, for example, finalization of Basel III by the end of 2016, full implementation of the OTC derivatives reforms and removing legal and regulatory obstacles to the reporting of OTC derivatives trades, developing effective cross-border resolution regimes and implementing the total loss absorbing capacity (TLAC) standard. The G20 Leaders also noted the importance of monitoring emerging systemic risks including those derived from shadow banking and asset management. For the continued protection of the global financial system, and with a focus on anti-money laundering, counter-terrorism and tax evasion, the G20 have asked the Financial Action Task Force and the Global Forum to prepare initial proposals by October 2016 to improve implementation of transparency standards in the international financial system, including the collection of beneficial ownership information of legal persons and legal arrangements and international information sharing arrangements.
The Communiqué is available at: http://www.g20.org/English/Documents/Current/201609/t20160906_3395.html.