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Republic of Mozambique :, Financial Sector Assessment program—Financial System Stability Assessment

This paper discusses key findings of the Financial System Stability Assessment (FSSA) for the Republic of Mozambique. As a result of a comprehensive financial sector reform program largely based on the 2003 Financial Sector Assessment Program recommendations, Mozambique has made significant progress toward developing and strengthening the banking sector, enhancing supervision, and improving central bank operations. However, despite several government initiatives and legal and regulatory reforms, progress in financial deepening and access has been less satisfactory
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary; Boxes; 1. Implementation Status of 2003 FSAP Recommendation; 2. Mozambique 2009 FSAP Update-Key Recommendation; I. Macroeconomic Context and Macro-Financial Linkages; Tables; 1. Selected Macroeconomic Indicators, 2002-08; 3. The Global Financial Turmoil and Mozambique; II. Financial Sector Structure and Performance; A. Structure, Depth, and Outreach; 2. Financial Sector Structure; 3. Major Banks' Parent Location, Participation, and Rating; Figures; 1. Private Credit Development Benchmarks, 2000-07
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