The SCER oversees the Institute’s participation in the ongoing dialogue between the official sector, including the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and G20. It aims at identifying effective and efficient approaches for cross-border regulation, and it aims to provide private-sector input to the global dialogue on development of a new financial regulatory architecture. Membership within the committee is by invitation only. The following SCER working group is called upon periodically for relevant consultations:
Cross-Border Resolution Working Group (CBRWG)
The CBRWG develops industry views on resolution-related issues such as bail-in, international cooperation on resolution, requirements for Total Loss Absorbing Capacity (TLAC), and recovery and resolution plan requirements for banks as well as resolution issues affecting Central Counterparties and other Financial-Market Infrastructure entities. The group participates in regular colloquia with the official sector and other stakeholders.