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IIF Submission to the FSB on Data and KPIs for the G20 Cross-border Payments Roadmap

The IIF has made a submission to the Financial Stability Board (FSB) on KPIs for measuring progress toward the quantitative targets for the G20 Cross-...

IIF Response to CPMI’s Consultation Report on Cross-Border Payments

The IIF has made a submission to the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures responding to its consultation report on real-time gross settlement (RTGS) system operating hours. 
 

IIF Staff Paper: Priorities to maximize the impact of the renewed G20 agenda on sustainable finance

The relaunch of an active and ambitious G20 Sustainable Finance Working Group has raised hopes for greater alignment in sustainable finance policy and regulation. A well- targeted approach—focused on taxonomies, climate risk and disclosure—and close coordination with global standard setting bodies would have maximum impact, supporting the over-arching goal of sustainable market development.  

IIF Publishes a Second Addendum to the Terms of Reference for Voluntary Private Sector Participation in the G20/Paris Club DSSI

This Second Addendum references the recent extension of and modifications to the G20/Paris Club Debt Service Suspension Initiative through December 31, 2021, providing a similar extension of/modifications to the private sector Terms of Reference.

IIF Letter to the G20 on Common Framework, Debt Transparency, ESG Considerations

In light of the 2021 Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund, this letter provides private sector views that build on our November 2020 letter to the G20.  

Taking Stock: Aerial View of the Bank Prudential Regulatory Response to COVID-19 in 2020 

On February 16, the IIF published a visual summary and numerical stock-take of the banking sector prudential regulatory measures taken across the world in response to the COVID-19 pandemic during 2020.

Weekly Insight: Debt Clouds Over the Post-COVID Recovery

As the mountain of negative-yielding debt hits new record highs, EM sovereigns continue to benefit from the search for yield ; Emerging markets set to rely increasingly on USD borrowing as abundant global central bank liquidity persists; China has significantly cut back its lending to low-income countries

IIF Provides Two Additions to the Toolkit to Facilitate Voluntary Private Sector Participation in the G20/Paris Club DSSI

To support debtor countries requesting debt service suspension from their private creditors, we have published Summary Terms for a Voluntary Debt Serv...

IIF Publishes an Addendum to the Terms of Reference for Voluntary Private Sector Participation in the G20/Paris Club DSSI

This Addendum references the recent extension of and modifications to the G20/Paris Club Debt Service Suspension Initiative through June 30, 2021, providing a similar extension of/modifications to the private sector Terms of Reference.

IIF Letter to the G20 on DSSI Extension and Common Framework

In the wake of the extension of the G20 Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI), as well as recent thoughtful proposals for reforming the international sovereign debt architecture, the IIF offers these private sector perspectives that build on our September 22 letter to the G20.

 

 

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