FSB is consulting on possible measures to improve data linkages between global systemically important banks (G-SIBs) and on their exposures and funding dependencies. The proposals identify the main information gaps as relating to concentration risk, market risk, funding risk, contagion-spill-over risk and sovereign risk. FSB then looks at how to input information on the bases of:

  • institution to institution;
  • to aggregate;
  • structural and systemic importance; and
  • passive and ad-hoc data.

It proposes to phase data collection in between 2012 and the end of 2014. It asks for comment by 8 November. (Source: FSB Consultation Paper on a Common Template for Global Systemically Important Banks)