FSB published comments received on its proposed framework for post-implementation evaluation of the effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms. FSB published this consultation on April 11, 2017 and comments were due by May 11, 2017. FSB also published the framework for post-implementation evaluatin of regulatory reforms, which will serve as a guide for post-implementation evaluation work by the FSB and the standard-setting bodies.
FSB has published comments received from 33 interested parties. The comments, which assisted completion of the framework for the G20 Leaders’ Summit in July 2017, are available on the FSB website.
Keywords: International, FSB, Regulatory Reforms, G20, Shadow Banking, Post-Implementation Evaluation
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