FSB and IMF wrap up post-crisis data gaps initiative

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The Financial Stability Board and International Monetary Fund have completed the data gaps initiative, launched in the wake of the global financial crisis to create a clearer picture of risks and vulnerabilities.

Phase one of the process ran from 2009–2015, focusing on enhancing statistical collection, reporting and conceptual frameworks. Phase two, from 2015–2021, was meant to implement regular collection and dissemination of “reliable and timely statistics for policy use”.

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