FSSRs assess country-specific risks, the adequacy of institutional frameworks and Debt and macroeconomic stability case studies in the areas of financial regulation, in addition to supervision and crisis prevention and management. The analysis shows that GDP is more volatile in the phase of deleveraging.
On the contrary, in a second group of countries, the higher volatility during the deleveraging phase has been accompanied by sluggish economic activity. The resulting data provides the foundation for economic analysis and decisions by policy makers and helps promote transparency.
IMPACT Around stakeholders participated in a National Forum on Financial Stability to garner broader support for reform efforts and have an open dialogue on the best way forward for moving ahead with institutional reform.
The authorities agreed to do further preparatory work prior to issuing the international bond, including putting together a strategy for engaging with rating agencies.
The resulting reform strategy focused on improving risk-based supervision, a strong crisis management framework, and a modernized securities market. Such efforts were successful even in fragile states, such as South Sudan, which helped facilitate supervision of the financial and non-financial sectors in this fledgling economy.
This entailed guiding the NBG to improve its risk culture by raising risk awareness throughout the organization. When asset prices burst, the financial sector cuts credit supply, which weighs on economic activity. On the contrary, in a second group of countries, the higher volatility during the deleveraging phase has been accompanied by sluggish economic activity.
Countries in this second group for instance, Japan and Sweden share the common characteristic that higher indebtedness was driven by a boom in asset prices.
When asset prices burst, the financial sector cuts credit supply, which weighs on economic activity. Proposed solutions to the key issues identified within the financial reporting and risk management processes were aimed to enhance the quality and effectiveness of internal processes and policies.
These include improvements in the institutional structure of the public debt management office, introduction of new functions such as investor relations, and the management of domestic treasury auctions that were important towards re-engaging financial markets.
Member countries work with the IMF to compile and disseminate data based on internationally-accepted statistical methodologies. First, the team helped the NBG initiate a stronger, more-clearly defined set of risk management policies in line with international standards and best practices.
The analysis shows that GDP is more volatile in the phase of deleveraging. However, countries can be distinguished into two groups. In a first set of countries Germany, Israel, Mexico and the United States economic activity has often rebounded during the phase of deleveraging.
The analysis shows that GDP is more volatile in the phase of deleveraging. Under these circumstance, the National Bank of Georgia NBG has undertaken a number of reforms, making real progress in improving its operations and governance in recent years, drawing upon advice from the IMF and other central banks.
On the back of an improved external debt position and stronger macroeconomic performance, the country turned to the IMF to request technical assistance to help the authorities assess the possibility of issuing a bond on international capital markets.
The country choice was based on large deleveraging episodes of total economy debt, identified by turning point dating. Most recently, the Treasury plans to engage firms that buy securities directly from the government more actively to strengthen their presence in the capital markets and enhance liquidity for government securities, all aimed at reducing the cost to the taxpayer by borrowing as efficiently as possible.
This paper sheds light on the implications of high indebtedness for the macroeconomic volatility by identifying the main drivers of the evolution of debt in a set of countries.
There are full-fledged large and medium-sized taxpayer offices that account for a large proportion of tax collection, and electronic filing procedures are in place. The country choice was based on large deleveraging episodes of total economy debt, identified by turning point dating.
This included extensive on-the-job training on the use of the system, analyzing the reports, and troubleshooting.
When asset prices burst, the financial sector cuts credit supply, which weighs on economic activity. On distingue toutefois deux groupes de pays. Statistics at the IMF "The credit registry has helped to expand credit in WBG, and the non-performing loan ratio went down as a result of the credit registry.
In addition, the medium-term debt management strategy has paved the way for restoring the domestic treasury bill market.High debt levels can create vulnerabilities, which amplify and transmit macroeconomic and asset price shocks.
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