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The use of sectoral and project performance indicators in Bank-financed financial sector operations : financial sector development department (English)

The Bank's portfolio of financial sector operations under implementation in FY-94 consisted of 98 operations with a share of 5.6 percent of Bank projects. Lending commitments amounted to US$10.23 billion, or 7.2 percent of total project commitments. The 1994 financial sector portfolio performance review found that projects were encountering increasing implementation problems. The percentage of problem projects identified and classified as such for the 'financial' portfolio has risen over the last three years; the same applies to the incidence of problem projects in the first 1-3 years of project implementation in the financial portfolio. While part of this trend is the result of closer supervision and better detection of problems early on in the implementation process, it also demonstrates the need to address sectoral management and project implementation issues in a more comprehensive way. This note sets out performance indicators for financial loans, including financial intermediation loans (FILs), financial sector adjustment loans (FSALs), and other loans that include financial sector conditionality. It establishes a menu of key indicators for easy reference that are of general applicability, and well as other indicators that may be of use in specific operations. This note should be treated as a complement, and not substitute, which provides specific guidance for financial sector operations.

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  • Document Date

    1995/03/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    45286

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    The use of sectoral and project performance indicators in Bank-financed financial sector operations : financial sector development department

  • Keywords

    Financial Sector;project performance indicator;structure of interest rates;small and medium enterprise;financial sector adjustment loans;regulation and supervision;project monitoring and evaluation;financial intermediaries;impact of policy reforms;Profit and Loss Statement;concentration of market share;monitoring and evaluation system;interest rate risk exposure;real sector;risk management program;formal financial system;law and regulation;financial sector reform;financial sector policy;qualitative assessment;risk management process;foreign exchange rate;technical assistance program;financial sector indicator;credit line;net foreign exchange;world bank operations;international accounting standard;financial sector development;balance sheet risk;human resource development;sound financial practice;risk management procedure;capital adequacy calculation;rate of growth;quality of asset;number of beneficiaries;real estate appraisal;Capital Adequacy Ratio;aggregate risk exposure;area of regulation;provision of finance;data reporting form;quality of policy;delegation of authority;internal audit function;credit risk exposure;compliance with law;source capital;choice of indicators;cost of service;measurement of risk;domestic financial assets;efficient resource allocation;accrual of interest;portion of total;change in control;quality of audit;transfer of share;nonbank financial institution;measures of efficiency;privately owned bank;direct foreign investment;current account deficit;access to records;emergency social program;impact of adjustment;interest rate regime;level of private;technical assistance loan;financial sector strategy;level of employment;number of jobs;real interest rate;open market access;interest rate control;government directed credit;lending interest rate;

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The use of sectoral and project performance indicators in Bank-financed financial sector operations : financial sector development department (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/543911468139511903/The-use-of-sectoral-and-project-performance-indicators-in-Bank-financed-financial-sector-operations-financial-sector-development-department