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Rwanda :, Financial System Stability Assessment

In this study, the processes involved in the financial stability of Rwanda after the global crisis are imparted. High growth and major risks included in macroeconomic stability are analyzed. In the case of the banking sector, the structure, performance, and competition of Rwandan banks are outlined. The steps to strengthen regulation and supervision of banks are included in this study. Systemic liquidity management, payment system, and insolvency and creditor rights are explained under financial structure infrastructure. Issues related to the development of housing, pension, and insurance are also discussed
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary; Tables; 1. Key Recommendations; I. Macroeconomic Background; Figures; 1. Recent Performance, Achievements, and Challenges; II. Banking Structure and Stability; A. Banking Structure, Performance, and Competition; 2. Decomposition of Bank Interest Spreads (2007-2010); B. Stress Testing; 3. Capital and Profitability Ratios (2006-2010); 4. Bank Capitalization: September 30, 2010; C. Banking Sector Regulation and Supervision; D. Crisis Management and Cross-Border Issues; III. Financial Sector Infrastructure; A. Systemic Liquidity Management
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non fiction
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1 online resource (46 p.)
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