Over the past six years, G20 members have agreed, and are implementing, a broad range of policy reforms to promote financial stability and support strong, sustainable and balanced growth. The G20’s financial regulatory reform agenda is coordinated by the Financial Stability Board, which reports to the G20 on its progress in developing and implementing reforms. In 2014, the G20 focussed on core areas which addressed the causes of the crisis.
Priorities for Turkish Presidency-2015
- G20 aims to finalize the new regulatory framework and ensure timely, full and consistent implementation.
- G20 will focus on analysing regulatory outcomes and effects with a view to drive potential improvement areas and address unintended consequences, if any.