G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors convened for the third time under the Turkish Presidency in Ankara on 4-5 September 2015.
The meeting was attended by the Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the G20 members, invited countries, and the heads and senior representatives of the relevant international organizations.
This meeting provided an important and timely opportunity to make a comprehensive evaluation of the progress on the agenda and Finance Track deliverables to be submitted to G20 Leaders at the Antalya Summit, and discuss actions required to achieve G20’s ambitions for this year.
G20 Ministers and Governors exchanged views on the recent global economic developments, challenges and collective measures to address them. They also reviewed the progress in monitoring and adjustment of G20 growth strategies and evaluated the way forward for G20 investment strategies. Ministers and Governors continued their meeting with the international financial architecture issues, financial regulation, international tax agenda and climate finance.
On the margins of this gathering, G20 Ministers and Governors had the opportunity to hear B20 representatives’ perspectives on the 2015 B20 agenda and B20 recommendations to the G20 during a working dinner.
Upon the conclusion of the meeting, the agreed communiqué of the meeting was released.