Digital & Resilience

FSB work programme to focus on galvanising global financial stability

By Justin Pugsley
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Galvanising international co-operation around financial stability, enhancing resilience of shadow banks and cross-border payments and innovation are all part of the Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) 2022 work programme. 

On March 31, the FSB said it is reinforcing its forward-looking monitoring of the financial system with its new surveillance framework. Work ...

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