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Joint Financial and Payments Systems Task Team (FITT)

The Joint Financial and Payments Systems Task Team (FITT) deals with issues arising from evolution of financial/payments systems and on the treatment of specific issues relating to equity income within the framework of the revision.

Further details on the mandate and operations; guidance notes and working procedures; composition; and key issues to be addressed by the FITT are provided in the Terms of Reference.

After an initial draft of the guidance note is approved by the AEG and Balance of Payments Task Team, guidance notes will be posted for Global Consultation to receive feedback from worldwide compilers and users of macroeconomic statistics. The outcome of the consultation is further informing the proposals to be presented for formal endorsement to BOPCOM and AEG/ISWGNA. Endorsed guidance notes will be considered for the update of the 2025 SNA and BPM7.

  Guidance Notes Initial draft Consultation Endorsed
 Financial issues (FITT)
F.1 More Disaggregated Institutional Sector and Financial Instrument BreakdownsENGENG
F.2 Asymmetric Treatment of Retained EarningsENG RUSENG
F.3 Reverse Transactions ENGENG
F.4 Financial Derivatives by Type ENGENG
F.5 Treatment of Credit Default Swaps ENGENG
F.6 Capturing Non-Bank Financial Intermediation in the System of National Accounts and the External Sector StatisticsENGENG
F.7 Impact of Fintech on Macroeconomic StatisticsENGENG
F.8 Valuation of Debt Securities at both Market and Nominal Value ENGENG
F.9 Valuation of Loans (Fair Value) ENG RUSENG
F.10 Treatment of Cash Collateral ENGENG
F.11 Treatment of electricity forwards (cancelled)
F.12 Covering Hybrid Insurance and Pension ProductsENGENG
F.13 Measurement of Margins on Buying and Selling of Financial Instruments ENGENG
F.14 Treatment of Factoring Transactions ENGENG*
F.15 Debt ConcessionalityENGENG
F.16 Subscription Rights ENGENG
F.17 Master Risk Participation Agreements (Cancelled)
F.18 The Recording of Crypto Assets in Macroeconomic Statistics (Combined with DZ.2)ENG RUSENG*

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