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IMF Seeks Views on Surveillance Reform



Last Updated: February 21, 2014

Key questions the paper strives to address on Surveillance:

  • Should Fund surveillance be emphasizing more the systemic –as opposed to domestic—effects of policies of major advanced and emerging market countries?
  • What would be the best way to do so? What kind of financial sector surveillance is needed to get to the root of risks emerging from the financial sector?
  • Should the Fund rethink its focus on individual countries as the main unit of analysis and devolve more attention to themes, sectors, networks interconnected countries, and large complex financial institutions?
  • In what other ways can the Fund improve its surveillance activities?

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We request that comments be submitted by May 15th 2010, to allow their consideration for the review. Contributions can be sent through IMFConsultation@imf.org or by leaving a comment in the box below.