The Financial Stability Board has provided the G20 finance ministers and central bank governors with an update on progress on its work plan for the Antalya Summit, which is to take place on 15 and 16 November 2015. The FSB reports that it is making considerable progress towards its post-crisis reform objectives, including: (i) implementation of OTC derivatives reforms is underway but continues to be uneven and behind schedule; and (ii) international policy measures to end too-big-to-fail are now largely complete for banks, but substantial work remains at a national level to implement effective resolution regimes. The FSB also reported on its work on risk stemming associated with market liquidity and asset management activities, its action plan to address misconduct risks, and possible work on implications of climate-related issues for the financial sector.