G20 meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors: final communiqué, Paris, France, 18-19 February 2011

Sectors : Financial Institutions, markets, services and microfinance, Institutional development
Organisation : G20
Date made: 
2011
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“4. The international monetary system (IMS) has proven resilient, but vulnerabilities remain, which raise the need to improve it in order to ensure systemic stability, promote orderly adjustment, and avoid disruptive fluctuations in capital flows, disorderly movements in exchange rates -- including advanced economies with reserve currencies being vigilant against excess volatility -- and persistent misalignment of exchange rates. Today we agreed on a work program aimed at strengthening the functioning of the IMS, including through coherent approaches and measures to deal with potentially destabilizing capital flows, among which macro-prudential measures, mindful of possible drawbacks; and management of global liquidity to strengthen our capacity to prevent and deal with shocks, including issues such as Financial Safety Nets and the role of the SDR...”

Scope: 
International