Supporting Documents Country FSAPs

In addition to the Financial System Stability Assessment (FSSA), the main document that concludes an FSAP for an individual country, FSAP supporting documents include Technical Notes, which provide additional background information and analyses on a specific topic, and Detailed Assessments of Observance of relevant financial sector standards and codes, which are generally produced as part of FSAP assessments. Publication of Technical Notes and Detailed Assessment reports is voluntary.

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Other FSAP Related Material

Title: Development Issues in the FSAP

Date: February 24, 2003

Title: Analytical Tools of the FSAP

Date: February 24, 2003

Title: Financial Sector Assessment Program—Experience with the Assessment of Systemically Important Payment Systems

Date: April 19, 2002

Title: Experience with the Assessments of the IOSCO Objectives and Principles of Securities Regulation under the Financial Sector Assessment Program

Date: April 18, 2002

Title: Experience with the Insurance Core Principles Assessments Under the Financial Sector Assessment Program

Date: August 21, 2001

Title: Financial Sector Assessment Program, A Commentary By Manuel Conthe, Vice President for the Financial Sector, World Bank, and by Stefan Ingves, Director of Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund

Date: March 9, 2001

Title: The IMF/World Bank Financial Sector Assessment Program An Article by Paul Hilbers, Deputy Division Chief, Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department, IMF, published in Economic Perspectives

Date: February 23, 2001

Title: Group of Ten Report on Consolidation in the Financial Sector

Date: January 25, 2001

Title: The IMF and the Financial Sector Introductory Remarks by Stanley Fischer given at the Seminar on Financial Risks, System Stability, and Economic Globalization

Date: June 05, 2000

Title: Macroprudential Indicators of Financial System Soundness, IMF Occasional Paper No. 192

Date: April 15, 2000