FSB says ‘substantial’ work needed on resolution regimes

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FSB chair Mark Carney

Only a few of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) member jurisdictions have resolution regimes in place that are fully compliant with the ‘Key Attributes' on the resolution of failing banks.

In a report to the G-20, published today, the FSB said "good progress" has been made in resolution planning, but "material" legal, operational and financial barriers remained across its 24-member jurisdictions.

At the time of the FSB's monitoring exercise in June and July, only Japan, Spain, Switzerland and

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