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Israel :, Financial System Stability Assessment

This paper discusses the Financial System Stability Assessment of Israel. The stability analysis suggests that systemic financial vulnerabilities to severe shocks in line with historical experience are manageable and in aggregate, buffers are at comparatively comfortable levels. The authorities already operate an effective, proactive, and sophisticated system of financial sector oversight, which, however, needs to be developed further in some areas. The authorities have underpinned the functioning of the financial system by enhancing the central bank liquidity framework and introducing a real-time gross settlement system
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary; Tables; 1. Main Recommendations; I. Background; A. Financial and Macroeconomic Setting; Figures; 1. Structure Change in the Financial System; Box; 1. Financial Sector Structure and Concentration; 2. Selected Financial Market Indicators; B. Implementation of 2001 FSAP Recommendations; II. Vulnerability Analysis; A. Key Macroeconomic and Financial Risks; B. Household and Corporate Sector Vulnerabilities; 3. Housing Sector; 4. Corporate Sector; C. Banking Sector Risk Assessment; 5. International Comparisons of Bank Financial Soundness
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non fiction
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