Tunisia : Financial System Stability Assessment Update

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Release Date: © December, 2006
ISBN : 978-1-45183-790-2
Stock #: 1TUNEA2006004
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Description

From the 2002 Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP), a number of structural reforms have been carried out in the financial system. A number of measures have been taken in the regulatory, fiscal, and legal areas to improve credit quality and financial transparency. The stress test confirms the system's vulnerability to a sharp fall in real estate business. The banking sector plays a predominant role in financing the economy. New regulations requiring banks to strengthen credit evaluation and approval procedures are discussed. Measures have been taken to liberalize the capital account.

Taxonomy

Anti-money laundering , Bank regulations , Banks and banking , Capital markets , Economic policy , Financial institutions and markets , Financial system stability assessment , Fiscal policy , International financial system , Transparency




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