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Republic of Croatia :, Financial System Stability Assessment: Update

The 2002 Financial Stability Assessment Program (FSAP) found that the Croatian financial system was resilient, but vulnerabilities remain. The authorities have been proactive in addressing macroeconomic and financial vulnerabilities associated with rapid credit growth and have also taken prudential measures on contingency planning with supervisory authorities of foreign banks coupled with efforts to enhance risk awareness and strengthen home-host coordination. The Croatian National Bank (CNB) has put in place an effective bank supervision framework. The assessment reflected a legal and regulatory framework together with banking supervision practices of the Croatian authorities
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary; Tables; 1. Priority Recommendations; I. Background; II. Sources of Potential Risk to Financial Stability; A. Macro-Financial Setting; Figures; 1. Central and Southern Eastern Europe: Indicators of Credit Growth; 2. Croatia: Macroeconomic Risks Associated with Credit Growth; 3. Croatia: Selected Financial Market Indicators; 4. Croatia: Prudential Risks Associated with Credit Growth; 5. Croatia's Exposure to the Main Home Countries of Parent Banks; III. Stability Assessment of the Financial System; A. Banking Sector
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