Los estados del Departamento General, el Departamento de DEG y las Cuentas Administradas (al cierre de julio, octubre y enero) son versiones no auditadas y condensadas de los estados financieros anuales. Los estados financieros al 30 de abril son los estados financieros anuales auditados que se publican en el Informe Anual del FMI.
FSB Principles for an Effective Risk Appetite Framework
Increasing the intensity and effectiveness of supervision is a key component of the Financial Stability Board's (FSB's) framework, endorsed by G20 Leaders, to reduce the moral hazard of systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs). As such, supervisory expectations for risk management particularly at SIFIs are increasing. The October 2011 FSB progress report on enhanced supervision noted that effective risk appetite frameworks (RAFs) that are actionable and measurable by both financial institutions and supervisors have not yet been widely adopted. It concluded that the development of an effective RAF is important for financial institutions and supervisors, and needs attention by both. The report recommended that supervisors discuss expectations for what a "good" risk appetite framework entails and how to supervise against these expectations. http://www.financialstabilityboard.org/publications/r_131118.htm
The Financial Crisis and Information Gaps - Fourth Implementation Progress Report of the G20 Data Gaps Initiative
At their meeting in Moscow in July 2013, the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors welcomed the continued progress made by the G-20 economies on closing information gaps under the FSB and IMF G-20 Data Gaps Initiative (DGI) as a prerequisite for enhanced policy analysis.