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Pending Comment Letters

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Listed below are all pending regulatory actions for which WOCCU intends to submit a Comment Letter. The listed date is the date by which Comments are due to the respective agency.  All Comment Letters filed by WOCCU can be viewed on the Comments & Position Papers tab. Comments filed by the European Network of Credit Unions can be found here.

Please be sure to provide us with your comments in advance of the Due Date so that we may include them in our Comment Letter.


Agency Pending Comment Letters Due Date
European Commission Sustainable Finance - Environment, Social and Governance Ratings and Sustainability Risks In Credit Ratings June 6, 2022
European Commission Open Finance Framework - Enabling Data Sharing and Third Party Access in the Financial Sector June 7, 2022
European Commission Distance Marketing of Consumer Financial Services - Review of EU Rules June 25, 2022
Financial Stability Board Supervisory and Regulatory Approaches to Climate-Related Risks: Interim Report June 30, 2022
IFRS General Requirements for Disclosure of Sustainability-related Financial Information July 29, 2022
IFRS Climate-related Disclosures July 29, 2022
European Commission Payment Services - Review of EU Rules August 2, 2022
 

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Financial Stability Board Publishes Work Programme for 2022

On March 31, 2022, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) published the FSB Work Programme for 2022, which outlines priorities, new initiatives, continuing items or those reaching completion, regular monitoring and reporting, and key deliverables to the G20 Indonesian Presidency. Some of the FSB’s priorities and initiatives include:

  • Supporting international cooperation and coordination on current financial stability issues. This includes reinforced monitoring using the new surveillance framework, in light of the Russia-Ukraine conflict and its economic impacts. Further, the FSB will follow-up “on the lessons learnt from COVID-19 for financial stability report, and a report on exit strategies and effective practices for addressing the effects of COVID-19 scarring in the financial sector.”
  • Enhancing the resilience of non-bank financial intermediation (NBFI). 
  • Enhancing cross-border payments. The FSB will implement actions under its roadmap to enhance cross-border payments; and will deliver a progress report to the G20, along with “the development of key performance indicators to monitor progress towards the quantitative targets for the roadmap.”
  • Harnessing the benefits of digital innovation while containing its risks.  The FSB will focus on crypto-assets, such as decentralised finance (DeFi); and will continue to concentrate on enhancing operational and cyber resilience.
  • Addressing financial risks from climate change. “The FSB will continue to coordinate international work through its roadmap for addressing climate-related financial risks. The FSB’s own initiatives under the roadmap will focus on building and strengthening the analytical basis for monitoring climate-related risks to financial stability; identifying regulatory and supervisory approaches to address climate-related financial risks; and taking stock of progress in the implementation of the roadmap.”

More information on the FSB’s 2022 work programme is available here.

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