FSB published its usual report for G20, looking at progress in implementing the G20 recommendations. The report covers:

  • reforms to bank capital and liquidity standards;
  • addressing SIFIs and G-SIFIs, including determining G-SIFIs, loss absorbency, resolution tools and regimes, and supervisory intensity and effectiveness;
  • shadow banking;
  • improving the OTC and commodity derivatives markets;
  • developing macroprudential tools and frameworks;
  • progress on accounting standards convergence;
  • strengthening international cooperation on supervisory standards, remuneration and information exchange; and
  • other issues, including market integrity, reliance on credit rating agencies and consumer finance protection. (Source: Progress in the Implementation of the G20 Recommendations for Strengthening Financial Stability)