The Financial Stability Board (FSB) published a letter to G20 finance ministers and central bank governors outlining its priorities for financial reforms during the Turkish G20 Presidency.

The FSB’s priorities, as agreed during the November 2014 G20 leaders’ summit in Brisbane, relate to the following areas of reform:

  • full, consistent and prompt implementation of agreed reforms;
  • finalising the design of remaining post-crisis reforms; and
  • addressing new risks and vulnerabilities.

View Financial Reforms – Finishing the Post-Crisis Agenda and Moving Forward, 10 February 2015