Regulators to ‘Vigilantly’ Monitor Crypto-assets
The Financial Stability Board has developed metrics for monitoring crypto-assets to identify any emerging risks to stability.
Companies Struggle to Quantify Climate Risk
Stakeholders want more information on climate-related risk, but for the most part it's not readily available.
Financial Task Force Targets Climate Risk
Recommendations of a Financial Stability Board task force on climate-related financial disclosures are aimed at companies' risk management functions.
Bank of England Cuts Interest Rate to 0.25%
The rate cut is part of an "unexpectedly large" package of measures aimed at stimulating the U.K. economy in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Brexit Could Put A Serious Dent In Global Economy
The Bank of England expects the exchange rate of sterling to fall further, 'perhaps sharply,' if Britain votes to leave the EU.
U.K. Lenders Must Issue $41B in New Debt
The additional debt will go toward the financial cushion that banks must have to comply with new EU regulations.
Banks Facing $1.2T Deficit Under Stability Plan
A top regulator says the new rules are a "robust standard" that allows "systemically important" banks to fail without putting taxpayer funds at risk.
Global Bank Regulator Calls for Larger Capital Cushions
The Financial Stability Board wants systemically important banks to hold capital equal to as much as 20% of risk-weighted assets.
Regulators Exclude Bank Debt from Loss-Absorbing Capital
The Financial Stability Board will propose forcing banks to subtract holdings of each other's debt when calculating their loss-absorbing capacity.