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Kingdom of the Netherlands-Netherlands

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Kingdom of the Netherlands-Netherlands by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe Netherlands has a large and globally interconnected financial system, with assets nearly eight times gross domestic product (GDP). The country is home to a globally systemically important bank (G-SIB) and a globally systemic important insurer (G-SII). The banking system comprises half of the financial sector and is concentrated in four domestic banks. During the financial crisis, the government bailed out a number of weak banks and it remains part owner of two. The pension system is ranked first globally by share of GDP and the insurance sector has consolidated assets amounting to about...
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Botswana

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Botswana by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe current legislative framework guiding bank resolution and financial sector crisis management is weak and the authorities have embarked on revising it. The BoB lacks some of the legal powers required for implementing corrective action for banks that are in breach of prudential requirements or are conducting their business in an unsound or unsafe manner. In particular, existing corrective action powers are too dependent on the BoB having exercised examination powers, while others are constrained by a linkage to de-licensing powers. Key elements for a corrective action framework, including...
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Somalia

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Somalia by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentOver the past five years, Somalia has marked important milestones in rebuilding its economy and normalizing relations with international financial institutions. After more than two decades of a civil war that caused significant damage to the country's social and economic infrastructure, the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) was elected and recognized by the international community in 2012. With donors' support, progress is being made in the FGS's efforts to improve security, capacity development, and state building. However, significant challenges remain ahead to rebuild the economy and institutions...
2017 / 3 / 23
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Turkey

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Turkey by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT), the Capital Markets Board and the Banking Regulation and Supervisory Authority (BRSA) are the authorities with responsibility for specific elements of the Turkey National Payments System (NPS). The CBRT, is the central bank and has regulatory and oversight responsibility for payment and securities settlement systems. The CMB has responsibility for safe and efficient functioning of the capital markets and is responsible for the CSDs, CCPs and TRs. The BRSA as part of its banking supervision responsibility is responsible for regulation of payment...
2017 / 3 / 22
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Turkey: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Turkey: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe fundamental stability challenges confronting the Turkish financial system are to reduce dependence on external and foreign currency financing and to increase the maturity and diversity of funding instruments on which banks and firms depend. The long-standing shortfall of national savings to finance domestic investment, persistent elevated inflation, and bouts of exchange rate volatility have boosted reliance on foreign currency financing from international capital markets and have also incentivized households and firms to place their own savings in short-term deposits, as well as in foreign...
2017 / 3 / 21
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Turkey

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Turkey by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThis assessment of the current state of implementation of the Basel Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision (BCPs) in Turkey has been completed as a part of a Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) undertaken by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank during 2016. It reflects the regulatory and supervisory framework in place as of the date of the completion of the assessment. It is not intended to represent an analysis of the state of the banking sector or the crisis management framework, which have been addressed in the broad exercise.
2017 / 3 / 18
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Turkey

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Turkey by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe insurance industry in Turkey is a small but growing part of the economy. In 2015, the sector comprised less than 3 percent of all financial services sector assets. From 2006 until 2015, however, gross premiums written grew at an average annual rate of approximately 22 percent (7.4 percent at constant prices), substantially above nominal GDP growth during the same period. Nevertheless insurance penetration remains below that seen in many countries in the region and very low compared to countries with similar per capita incomes in other parts of the world.
2017 / 3 / 15
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Finland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Finland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) in November 2014 significantly changed the FIN-FSA's responsibility for prudential supervision of the banking sector. The supervisory function within the European Central Bank (ECB) took over responsibility for prudential supervision of the largest banks in Finland, now holding more than 90 percent of the banking sector's assets. Three banks were designated as significant institutions (SIs) since the beginning and one more joined the group of Finnish SIs in 2016; the Finnish FSA (FIN-FSA) retained responsibility for supervising the nine...
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Finland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Finland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentSince the 2010 IMF FSAP update, Finland's Contingency Planning and Crisis Management (CPCM) framework, including bank recovery and resolution, has improved. The establishment of the Banking Union brought about fundamental changes: the advent of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM); the initiation of ECB supervision over systemic banks; and the subjection of all banks to recovery and resolution planning. These actions complemented previously introduced EU-wide systemic risk monitoring through the European Systemic Risk Board. Consequently, Finland has...
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Finland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Finland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentDespite high capitalization levels, there are important vulnerabilities in the Finnish banking system. Near-term risks are largely tilted to the downside, stemming from both external and domestic sources. A shaper than expected global growth slowdown would be a drag on Finland's export and GDP growth. Although so far high compared to the rest of the euro area banks, Finnish banks' profitability is facing challenges from the low interest rate environment and the low economic growth. Vulnerabilities include funding risks, contagion risks, and challenges related to long-term profitability. Relatively...
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Finland: Financial sector Assessment Program

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Finland: Financial sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThis Technical Note discusses the findings and recommendations made in the Financial Sector Assessment Program for Finland in the area of macroprudential policy framework. The Finnish authorities regularly coordinate and collaborate with international bodies on macroprudential policy. Several macroprudential instruments were formally introduced in the legislation and activated recently. The 2014 Act on Credit Institutions implements macroprudential instruments, including those set out in the European Capital Requirement Directive. Despite the important progress made, there are some improvements...
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Lebanon

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Lebanon by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThis paper discusses findings of the assessment of Lebanon's financial system. Lebanon has maintained financial stability for the last quarter century during repeated shocks and challenges. Over time, macroeconomic and financial vulnerabilities have accumulated. Although central bank policies have helped to maintain confidence, fiscal adjustment is needed to reduce risks to financial stability. The banking system has thus far proven resilient to domestic shocks and regional turmoil, but the materialization of severe shocks could expose vulnerabilities. Significant progress has been made to further...
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Republic of Madagascar

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Republic of Madagascar by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThis paper discusses key findings of the Financial System Stability Assessment concerning Madagascar. The analysis reveals that the Madagascar's banking sector is exposed to significant risks, though it has certain buffers, such as high profitability and a stable deposit base. Currently the economy is recovering, and enjoys the prospect of resumption in inflows of foreign aid and investment; inflation is coming down and the balance of payments has strengthened. Banking supervision is not yet able to proactively detect and address emerging risks; doing so will require additional resources and...
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Sweden

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Sweden by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe Swedish financial system is large and highly interconnected, putting a premium on the accompanying policy framework. Relative to the size of the domestic economy, the financial system is among Europe's largest. It features complex domestic and international linkages, reflecting Sweden's role as a regional financial hub. The systemic nature of the financial sector raises expectations for the quality of the policy framework and financial safety nets.
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Republic of Slovenia

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Republic of Slovenia by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentPrior to this mission, two Monetary and Capital Markets (MCM) Department IMF missions visited Ljubljana during December 15-19, 2014 and July 9-20, 2015 to assist the Slovenian authorities in introducing an effective framework for contingency planning and crisis management (CPCM), including bank resolution and deposit guarantee. As a result of the 2014 mission, two follow-up missions were planned on: (i) bank resolution and deposit insurance; and (ii) CPCM. This report documents the findings of the second follow-up mission. It should be read in conjunction with the reports of the previous two missions-information...
2016 / 11 / 15
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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. Department
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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe FSAP stress testing exercise took place at a turning point for the Irish financial system. The Irish economy is quickly rebounding, the banking system returned to profitability in 2014, and banks' exposures to the volatile commercial real estate market have declined significantly. However, the banking system is still healing from the latest financial crisis, with a very large stock of nonperforming loans.
2016 / 10 / 21
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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentCross-border interlinkages via Irish-domiciled funds industry and multinational companies are a key feature of the financial network. Ireland plays a role as one of a number of significant hubs for the global funds industry. The tight linkages between the rest of the world (ROW) and non-financial corporations reflect the large presence of foreign-controlled multinational companies in Ireland. The direct bilateral connection between the ROW and Irish households is insignificant, but the household sector is indirectly exposed to global shocks through their balance sheets of insurance companies...
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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThis Technical Note takes stock of the risks to domestic and international financial stability associated with the asset management industry in Ireland. The study is motivated by a number of considerations: the Irish-domiciled asset management industry has grown rapidly since the last FSAP (in 2006), which recommended a review of industry activities; recently compiled security-level data allow for a richer analysis than was previously possible; and the analysis is in keeping with the broader global trend of increased supervision of asset management activities and entities.
2016 / 10 / 21
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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program

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Ireland: Financial Sector Assessment Program by International Monetary Fund. DepartmentThe introduction of the "single rulebook" for financial services regulation within the EU and the establishment of the Banking Union have transformed the Irish framework for dealing with failing banks. The new regime reflects an EU-wide initiative to strengthen supervision, harmonize prudential rules, establish a uniform bank resolution regime, and build the supporting arrangements for implementation within the Banking Union (euro area countries).
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