Financial Stability Board – Peer Review of the United States

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on August 27, 2013

“The FSB published on 27 August the report on the peer review of the United States. This forms part of a regular programme of peer reviews of FSB jurisdictions that began in 2010. The report examines the progress made in the US on three topics that are important for financial stability and relevant for the broader FSB membership: systemic risk oversight arrangements; supervision and oversight of financial market infrastructures; and insurance supervision. The draft report for discussion was prepared by a team of experts drawn from FSB member institutions.”

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