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Democratic Republic of São Tome and Príncipe - Financial sector development implementation plan (FSDIP) : 2017-2019 (Inglês)

The main objective of this report is to contribute to the development of São Tomé and Príncipe’s financial sector and provide its Government and private stakeholders with a clear roadmap for reform in key policy areas, particularly regarding efforts to strengthening financial sector soundness, enhance financial inclusion, and upgrade existing financial infrastructure. The report includes a sequenced implementation plan designed to enable the authorities to implement critical financial sector reforms and interventions, designed to foster a more efficient, sound and inclusive financial sector in São Tomé and Príncipe based on a coherent policy framework.


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    Democratic Republic of São Tome and Príncipe - Financial sector development implementation plan (FSDIP) : 2017-2019

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    Financial Sector;finance and markets;legal and regulatory framework;banking sector;small and medium size enterprise;development of corporate bond market;financial sector development;small states;small financial systems;access to finance;quality of bank supervision;access to foreign exchange;cross border banking supervision;marginal cost of funds;demand for government security;limited access to finance;real exchange rate appreciation;Public and Private Institution;financial infrastructure;foreign currency deposit;private sector credit;financial service;minimum capital requirement;foreign direct investment;national pension fund;financial sector soundness;domestic debt market;financial inclusion;private sector stakeholder;domestic banking sector;economies of scale;stable financial system;number of banks;consumer protection framework;short term liabilities;return on asset;prompt corrective action;price of oil;banking system;payment system;means of production;debt management strategy;corporate governance structure;financial market participant;laws and regulation;degree of informality;provision of credit;financial sector stability;banking sector asset;reduction of poverty;price of crude;civil society group;financial sector reform;Insurance and Pension;Foreign Exchange Reserve;national payment system;international commodity price;economic reform agenda;basic social service;regulation and supervision;deposit insurance scheme;Exchange Rates;supervision of bank;distressed financial institution;financial safety net;degree of concentration;quality of supervision;government bond market;bank branch network;Public Debt Management;consumer protection standard;financial sector supervision;market interest rate;benchmark interest rate;public sector reform;per capita income;price of cocoa;primary school enrollment;infant mortality rate;chart of account;chamber of commerce;sustainable poverty reduction;credit reporting system;credit information system;modern legal framework;government borrowing need;secured transactions law;credit registry;large bank;Financial Stability;Collateral Registries;payday lender;excess liquidity;international standard;liquid asset;bank charge;financial product;offshore oil;savings account;island nations;microfinance institution;small country;export base;commercial bank;mobile money;historical data;small bank;asset quality;commercially viable;judicial review;home market;



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