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Overview of G20 Fi­nance Track doc­u­ments

The G20 is an informal forum. It is not an international organisation and has neither administrative structures of its own nor permanent offices for its members. For discussions concerning the finance sector, finance ministers and central bank governors come together at meetings that are prepared by the finance ministers’ and central bank governors’ deputies and their teams. The largest and most important event in the Finance Track under the German presidency was the meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors in the German city of Baden-Baden in March 2017. As in previous years, the German presidency also held a meeting for finance ministers and central bank governors on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund’s and World Bank’s annual and spring meetings in Washington, D.C. G20 decisions may not be legally binding, but they do have a strong political influence and can provide impetus for reforms on the national and multinational level. Here you can find a selection of communiqués from the G20 meetings of finance ministers and central bank governors since 2008, as well as other relevant G20 working papers (available for download in PDF format).

G20 Finance Track documents

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G20 Presidency Argentina 2018

Communiqué

Com­mu­niqué G20 Fi­nance Min­is­ters & Cen­tral Bank Gov­er­nors Meet­ing 21-22 Ju­ly 2018, Buenos Aires [PDF, 1MB]


Reports mentioned in the communiqué


Global Economy
G-20 Surveil­lance Note - Fi­nance Min­is­ters & Cen­tral Bank Gov­er­nors Meet­ing 21-22 Ju­ly 2018, Buenos Aires [PDF, 627KB]

Future of Work
G20 Menu of Pol­i­cy Op­tions for the Fu­ture of Work [PDF, 205KB]
Fu­ture of Work: Mea­sure­ment and Pol­i­cy Chal­lenges [PDF, 683KB]

Infrastructure
G20 Prin­ci­ples for the In­fras­truc­ture Project Prepa­ra­tion Phase [PDF, 384KB]
G20/OECD Ef­fec­tive Ap­proach­es for Im­ple­ment­ing the G20/OECD High-Lev­el Prin­ci­ples on SME Fi­nanc­ing [PDF, 674KB]

Financial Regulation
Cy­ber Lex­i­con [PDF, 188KB]
Cryp­to-as­sets [PDF, 257KB]

International Financial Architecture
The IMF’s In­sti­tu­tion­al View on Cap­i­tal Flows in Prac­tice [PDF, 353KB]
The OECD Code of Lib­er­al­i­sa­tion of Cap­i­tal Move­ments: Up­date on De­vel­op­ments [PDF, 2MB]

International Taxation
OECD Sec­re­tary-Gen­er­al Re­port to G20 Fi­nance Min­is­ters and Cen­tral Bank Gov­er­nors [PDF, 3MB]

Anti-money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
FATF Re­port to the G20 Fi­nance Min­is­ters and Cen­tral Bank Gov­er­nors [PDF, 509KB]

Financial Inclusion
G20 Pol­i­cy Guide Digi­ti­sa­tion and in­for­mal­i­ty - Har­ness­ing dig­i­tal fi­nan­cial in­clu­sion for in­di­vid­u­als and MSMEs in the in­for­mal econ­o­my [PDF, 1MB]



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G20 Presidency Germany 2017

Communiqué

Growth strategy

Reports metioned in the communiqué and in the Hamburg Action Plan

Global Economy and Framework for Growth

International Financial Architecture

Financial Sector Development and Regulation

International Taxation

Other Issues

Background documents

International Financial Architecture

Financial Sector Development and Regulation

International Taxation

Other Issues

Communiqué

Reports mentioned in the communiqué

Global Economy and Framework for Growth

Compact with Africa

International Financial Architecture

Financial Sector Development and Regulation

International Taxation

Other Issues

Background documents

Global Economy and Framework for Growth

International Financial Architecture

Financial Sector Development and Regulation

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G20 Presidency China 2016



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