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Turkey :, Financial System Stability Assessment

The assessment is a featured report of Turkey’s credit boom in the middle of 2011. The country faced the global crisis successfully because of earlier significant capital buffers. Overall, the country was healthy financially, but there was a slowdown in loan growth and market vulnerabilities. This insignificant shudder caused the regime to strengthen the fiscal sector and insurance framework. Despite new macrofinancial risks in domestic and international developments, the Executive Board still considers Turkey a balanced power
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary; Tables; 1. Key Recommendations; I. Stability Assessment; A. Structural Features of Turkey's Financial System; 2. Turkey's Financial System Structure; 3. Structural Indicators of Turkey's Banking Sector; 4. Loan Portfolio Allocation and Their Changes by End-2010; 5. Ownership Structure of the Non-Bank Specialized Lenders; B. Recent Financial Sector Developments; 6. Main Crisis-Related Measures Affecting the Financial Sector Prudential Framework; C. The Current Conjuncture and Key Risks; D. Stress Tests; 7. Stress Tests for Banks
Literary Form
non fiction
"September 2012."
Physical Description
1 online resource (51 p.)
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