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Nigeria :, Financial Sector Stability Assessment

This Financial Sector Stability Assessment on Nigeria discusses the macroeconomic performance and structure of the financial system. Although Nigerian economy experienced both domestic and external shocks in recent years, the economy continued to grow rapidly, achieving more than 7 percent growth each year since 2009. The performance of financial institutions has begun to improve, though some of the emergency anti-crisis measures continue to be in place. However, the regulatory and supervisory framework has gaps and weaknesses. In sum, the Nigerian economy has emerged from the banking crisis, and has the potential to enjoy an extended period of strong economic growth
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary; Table; 1. Key FSAP Recommendations; I. Macroeconomic Performance and Structure of the Financial System; Figures; 1. Recent Macroeconomic and Stock Market Price Developments; 2. Structure of the Financial System, 2011; II. Financial Sector Risks and Resilience; A. Banking System Structure and Performance; 3. Comparative Size of Capital Markets; Boxes; 1. Measures Adopted in Response to the 2008 Banking Crisis; 2. Selected Financial Soundness Indicators, 2008-12
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non fiction
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1 online resource (133 p.)
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