Mario Draghi, Chairman of the Financial Stability Forum (FSF), made the following statement yesterday: “The communiqué of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors issued in São Paulo on Sunday noted: ‘In response to the challenges presented by the global financial situation, and recognising the global nature of financial markets, we believe that the FSF must expand to a broader membership of emerging economies.’ We strongly support the call to broaden the FSF’s membership to include key emerging market economies and will be working to rapidly achieve that objective.”
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