The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has posted a collection of national financial services reform reports.
In the reports, the 24 participating countries and other jurisdictions tell the FSB, Basel, Switzerland, how they have done at implementing financial services reforms since a major Group of 20 summit held in Washington in November 2008.
The G20, a group for developed economies, set up the FSB, Basel, Switzerland, to help develop strategies for increasing the stability of the world financial system.
One question on the FSB progress report questionnaire asks participants about efforts to strengthen the regulatory and capital framework for monoline insurers.
Russia says only that its efforts in that area are ongoing.