G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBGs) for their fourth and final meeting under India’s Presidency on 12th and 13th October 2023 at Marrakesh, Morocco. The finance ministry of India post updates from the meeting on X, disclosing that FMCBGs have adopt the G20 roadmap on crypto assets.
This update also reveal that the G20 nations will join forces and implement global policies to govern crypto.
The joint communique from the FMCBGs release on Friday, 13th October 2023 said :
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) release a joint synthesis paper, back in September 2023.
This paper makes for the roadmap that the G20 nations will follow in-terms of finetuning the global crypto sector.
That document laid down the foundational work for the upcoming crypto laws to be support on.
The suggestions include supervision and oversight of global stablecoin arrangements (GSCs) with support for responsible fintech innovation.
The FSB also ask crypto-interest nations to leave a margin for domestic judiciary approaches.
In its official statement, the FMCBGs said that the IMF-FSB synthesis paper makes for an essential guide for the G20 group to ensure that crypto assets do not disturb the existing financial systems.
As per official note release by Marrakesh :
“We adopt the Roadmap proposed in the synthesis paper as a G20 Roadmap on crypto sssets. This detailed and action-oriented roadmap is essential to achieve our common goals of macro-economic and financial stability and to ensure effective, flexible, and coordinated implementation of the comprehensive policy framework for crypto assets,”.
The group of G20 finance minister and central bank governors have call for a coordinate implementation of the G20 roadmap, including implementation of policy frameworks, outreach beyond G20 jurisdictions, global coordination, cooperation, sharing of information, and addressing gaps in data.
As per papers :
“We ask the IMF and FSB to provide regular and structured updates on the progress of implementation of the G20 Roadmap on Crypto Assets. We support the ongoing work and global implementation of FATF standards on crypto assets,”.
Indian finance ministry hail the idea and spirit of #OneEarthOneFamilyOneFuture from Marrakesh.
It is likely that by the end of December, India could spell out the rules that have finalise by the G20 group to oversee the volatile digital assets sector.
With India’s G20 presidency culminating in December, the group of nations welcome Brazil to become the next chief of the group.