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Chad :, Financial Sector Stability Assessment

The financial stability of Chad is analyzed in this study. Chad's financial system is one of the least developed in the CEMAC region. Chad’s financial system is highly dependent on oil and agriculture, since it is a low-income country. In structuring the financial sector, the soundness and performance, short-term vulnerabilities, and supervision and crisis management of the Chadian banking system have been discussed with an emphasis on insurance and pension plans. In this study, the important role of legal and judicial environment in accessing the financial system is also explained
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive summary; Boxes; 1. Key Recommendations; I. Macroeconomic Environment; A. Macro-Financial Context and Risks; B. Public Debt Management; II. Structure of the Financial Sector and Vulnerabilities; Tables; 1. Structure of the Financial System, 2010; A. Soundness and Performance; B. Short-Term Vulnerabilities; 2. State-Owned Banks Vs. Foreign Private Banks Soundness Indicators; C. Supervision and Crisis Management; III. Strengthening Financial Sector Intermediation; A. Contractual Savings; 2. Main Conclusions of the CEMAC Regional FSAP; B. Access to Finance
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non fiction
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1 online resource (31 p.)
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