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Building monetary and financial systems [electronic resource] : case studies in technical assistance / editors, Charles Enoch, Karl Habermeier, and Marta Castello-Branco.

Contributor(s): Enoch, Charles | Habermeier, Karl Friedrich | Castello Branco, Marta de.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Washington, DC : International Monetary Fund, c2007Description: 1 online resource (xii, 345 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781451979923 (electronic bk.); 1451979924 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Financial institutions -- Developing countries -- Case studies | Monetary policy -- Developing countries -- Case studies | Technical assistance -- Developing countries -- Case studies | Instituciones financieras -- Pa�ises en Desarrollo | Pol�itica monetaria -- Pa�ises en Desarrollo | Asistencia t�ecnica -- Pa�ises en Desarrollo | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Banks & BankingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Building monetary and financial systems.DDC classification: 332.109172/4 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction / Charles Enoch -- Building the National Bank of Rwanda's monetary and supervisory functions / Gillian Nkhata -- Modernizing the Central Bank of Congo / Jean-Claude Nascimento -- The Kyrgyz Republic : challenges of financial sector reforms / Obert Nyawata and Judit Vadasz -- Mongolia : toward risk-based bank supervision in a transition economy / Tokio Morita -- Reconstructing central banking in war-torn Liberia / Philip Bartholomew -- Kosovo : establishing institutions from scratch / Julia Majaha-Jartby -- Banking supervision in an ongoing conflict : the case of Iraq / Olivier Frecaut.
Abstract: Strong institutions and operational are essential for monetary and financial stability, and hence for economic growth. Even where there is full commitment to sound policies, a country may not succeed in achieving its objectives if the right institutions are not in place, or if the necessary skills are not available to implement the policies. In short, in order to achieve their stability objective, central banks and regulatory agencies need to have comprehensive and up-to-date operational and institutional capacity.
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Introduction / Charles Enoch -- pt. 1. Starting to build institutions -- Building the National Bank of Rwanda's monetary and supervisory functions / Gillian Nkhata -- Modernizing the Central Bank of Congo / Jean-Claude Nascimento -- The Kyrgyz Republic : challenges of financial sector reforms / Obert Nyawata and Judit Vadasz -- Mongolia : toward risk-based bank supervision in a transition economy / Tokio Morita -- Reconstructing central banking in war-torn Liberia / Philip Bartholomew -- Kosovo : establishing institutions from scratch / Julia Majaha-Jartby -- Banking supervision in an ongoing conflict : the case of Iraq / Olivier Frecaut.

Strong institutions and operational are essential for monetary and financial stability, and hence for economic growth. Even where there is full commitment to sound policies, a country may not succeed in achieving its objectives if the right institutions are not in place, or if the necessary skills are not available to implement the policies. In short, in order to achieve their stability objective, central banks and regulatory agencies need to have comprehensive and up-to-date operational and institutional capacity.

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