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Race to the Top: The Case for the Financial Stability Board

Race to the Top: The Case for the Financial Stability Board. Peterson Institute for International Economics. Policy Brief 17-12. Nathan Sheets. April 2017

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has helped strengthen international financial regulatory standards, and as a result, the global economy—and hence the US economy—is more resilient and better able to support strong, sustainable, and balanced growth. 153 more words

United States

Shadow banking is now worth trillions, and we have no idea how risky that is for our financial system

The fast-growing financial intermediaries known as shadow banks have provided a valuable service over the past decade, filling gaps in what traditional banks offer with innovative products and platforms. 701 more words

FP Comment

Tackling misconduct risk

Financial Stability Board’s areas of focus and forward agenda

As is now customary, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) published a slew of reports ahead of the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Hangzhou. 1,356 more words

Financial Services

Companies Unprepared for Low Carbon Economy Will Lose

Report to Financial Stability Board

Companies that do not plan for the inevitable low-carbon economy resulting from climate action sparked by the Paris Climate Change Agreement risk considerable financial losses and drops in value, argue a pair of leading economists from the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment. 358 more words

Climate Change