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Liechtenstein :, Assessment of Financial Sector Supervision and Regulation

Abstract
The financial sector in Liechtenstein provides primarily wealth-management services, including banking, trust, other fiduciary services, investment management, and life insurance. The establishment of the Financial Market Authority (FMA) as the unified, independent regulator in January 2005 is a huge step for the financial services industry. The FMA and other authorities have been successful in implementing most of the recommendations provided in the earlier 2002 IMF assessment. The authorities and the industry continue to make significant efforts to strengthen the antimoney laundering regime, though there is still work ahead
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Acronyms; Preface; Executive Summary; Priority Policy Recommendations; I. Introduction; II. Financial System Overview; A. Political and Economic Background; B. Financial Sector and Regulatory Arrangements; Tables; 1. Financial System Structure; C. Prudential Regulation and Supervision; D. Results of the 2002 Assessment; III. Main Findings and Recommendations; A. Sectoral and AML/CFT Assessments; B. Cross-Sectoral Regulatory and Supervisory Issues; Appendixes; I. Status of Implementation of the 2002 Recommendations
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description
1 online resource (39 p.)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781451994230

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