In a recent meeting in London, the Financial Stability Board discussed current vulnerabilities, ongoing policy work and its areas of work for 2017, including the following: (i) asset management activities – the FSB will publish final recommendations to address structural vulnerabilities from asset management activities by the end of 2016; (ii) Shadow banking - the FSB will undertake an assessment of progress in transforming shadow banking into resilient market-based finance by July 2017 and will also publish recommendations on the rehypothecation of client assets, including a finalised collateral re-use measure, by the end of 2016; and (iii) FinTech – a workplan to identify the supervisory and regulatory issues from a financial stability perspective has been agreed.