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Mongolia :, Financial System Stability Assessment, including Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes on the following topics: Banking Supervision and Monetary Policy Transparency

This paper presents Mongolia’s Financial System Stability Assessment, including reports on the Observance of Standards and Code. The Mongolian financial system is developing and performing well, in line with the economy as a whole, but faces a number of challenges. There are signs that the economy is overheating and the country’s dependence on a relatively narrow range of commodity exports and the rapid credit growth are also sources of risk. Although the bank supervision framework is reasonably well developed, implementation needs to be strengthened
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary; Boxes; 1. Main FSAP Recommendations; I. Financial System Structure and Potential Sources of Risk; A. Structure; B. Risks Inherent in the Macroeconomic Environment; Tables; 1. Financial System Structure; C. Major Counterparties; II. Strengths and Vulnerabilities of the Banking Sector; A. Performance; 2. Core Financial Soundness Indicators for the Banking Sector; B. Stress tests; C. Systemic Liquidity; D. Financial System Infrastructure; III. The Financial Stability Policy Framework; A. Supervisory and Regulatory Framework
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