FSB and IMF ‘animosity’ claim rejected

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A report accusing the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and the IMF of bearing "animosity" towards one another was today rejected by a member of the FSB secretariat.

The FSB and IMF produce regular ‘early warning exercises' (EWEs) together, to assess "low-probability but high-impact risks to the global economy" and provide the basis for a discussion among national policy-makers about the appropriate responses.

A Canadian think-tank, the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), last

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