BIS Stability Forum's 'to do list'

ARTICLE The Financial Stability Forum(FSF), following its meeting on 22/23 March in Washington DC, has released a paper revealing the progress of dozens of projects, all aimed at bolstering financial system soundness.

The FSF paper relates details of progress on over 70 initiatives ranging from the critical deliberations over the new Basel capital accord, to others - such as an investigation into "Financing the New Economy" - which seem to have been overtaken rather by events.

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