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Title Republic of Moldova : Financial Sector Assessment Program : detailed assessment of observance on the Basel core principles for effective banking supervision
Published Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (198 pages)
Series IMF Country Report ; No. 16/71
IMF country report ; no. 16/71
Summary The National Bank of Moldova (NBM) has made significant progress in reinforcing its prudential and supervisory framework. Two medium-term strategies have been designed in succession since 2008 to set a forward-looking approach for supervision. The most recent one spanning four years (2013-17) aims to ensure a higher level of efficiency, transparency, and performance of the NBM by bringing the best international practices, particularly, in the area of corporate governance. The country is also in the process of transitioning from Basel I to Basel II. In the context of an Association Agreement to be signed with the European Union (EU),2 the NBM plans to implement the standard risk-weighting model of Basel II as well as other elements of Basel III. The objective is to enhance the NBM's institutional capacity with the view to foster the banks' prudential regulatory framework. The association process will also enable NBM to gradually implement the EU Capital Requirements Regulation and Directive (CRR/CRD)
Notes "February 2016."
"January 2016; Prepared by Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF and Finance and Markets Global Practice, World Bank; This report was prepared in the context of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) update mission in the Republic of Moldova during February 2014, and overseen by the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF, and the Finance and Markets Global Practice, World Bank."--page 2 of pdf
"This Detailed Assessment Report has been prepared by Pierre-Laurent Chatain, World Bank, and Lucretia Paunescu, IMF (consultant), in the context of an FSAP assessement led by Simon Gray, IMF and Brett Coleman, World Bank, and was overseen by the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF, and the Financial and Private Sector Development VIce Presidency, World Bank."--page 5 of pdf
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Description based on online resource; title from pdf title page (IMF Web site, viewed March 31, 2016)
Subject International Monetary Fund -- Moldova.
Banks and banking -- State supervision -- Moldova.
Banks and banking, Central -- Moldova.
Moldova -- Economic conditions.
Form Electronic book
Author Chatain, Pierre-Laurent, 1961- (World Bank staff)
Coleman, Brett E. (World Bank staff)
Gray, Simon (Simon Thorburn), 1957- (IMF staff)
Paunescu, Lucretia, author
International Monetary Fund, issuing body
International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department.
World Bank Group. Finance and Markets Global Practice Group.
World Bank. Finance and Private Sector Development.
ISSN 1934-7685
ISBN 1513504134
Other Titles Title on page 2 of pdf: Financial Sector Assessment Program, detailed assessment of observance, Basel core principles for effective banking supervision
OTHER TI Financial Sector Assessment Program.