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FSB Consults on Outsourcing and Third-party Relationships

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has published a discussion paper for public consultation on Regulatory and Supervisory Issues Relating to Outsourcing and Third-Party Relationships. Coverage includes the financial sector’s response to COVID-19, which highlighted benefits and challenges of managing the risks of financial institutions’ interactions with third parties, and common concerns about the possibility of systemic risk arising from concentration in the provision of some outsourced and third-party services to financial institutions. Responses to the discussion paper must be submitted by January 8, 2021.

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