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Mali Financial Sector Assessment Program : The Banking System and Credit to the Economy

CONSOLIDATED SUPERVISION INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS MONETARY POLICY BANKING REGULATION DEPOSIT FINANCIAL SERVICES REGULATORY FRAMEWORK HOLDING COMPANIES BORROWER ECONOMIC GROWTH PROFIT MARGINS ACCOUNTING DEPOSITS PEOPLE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK FINANCING RETURN ON EQUITY LOAN-TO-DEPOSIT RATIO INTEREST LAWS GUARANTEES PRIVATIZATION LIQUIDITY RISKS DEMAND DEPOSITS INDUSTRY SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INTEREST RATE REMITTANCE BANKING SYSTEM BANKING SERVICES SERVICES HOUSING MORTGAGE CAPITAL ADEQUACY LOAN LOAN CLASSIFICATION PRICING PROJECTS BORROWERS INTEREST MARGIN PAYMENTS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFLATION INTERNATIONAL BANK FINANCIAL CREDIT BANK LENDING ACCESS TO BANKING EQUITY CAPITAL LONG TERM ASSETS SAVINGS MORTGAGES TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE HOUSING FINANCE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION INTEREST EXPENSE INSIDER LENDING CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT COMMERCIAL BANK TRANSPORT BANK ASSETS FINANCIAL DATA UNION USURY CREDIT RISKS INTEREST RATES TRANSFERS PAYMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MARKETS DEBT PROTECTION MEASURES BANK HOLDING COMPANIES LEGISLATION CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS DEPOSIT INSURANCE BANK LIQUIDITY LOANS ENTERPRISES BANK CREDIT FINANCIAL SYSTEM LEGAL FRAMEWORK RETURN ON ASSETS BANK FINANCING FINANCE INTEREST RATE RISKS DONOR SUPPORT BROAD ACCESS INFRASTRUCTURE TAXES BANKING SECTOR BANKS PROFIT MARGIN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES EQUITY CAPITAL WAGES FINANCIAL STABILITY BRANCH BANKING CREDIT INFORMATION BUREAU SUBSIDIARIES VALUE PENSIONS BANK CREDIT WORKING CAPITAL CAPITALIZATION CREDIT INFORMATION PROPERTY REGULATORY FORBEARANCE FINANCIAL REGULATION BALANCE SHEET ACCESS TO BANKING SERVICES CREDIT BUREAU CREDIT POLICIES DEPOSIT MOBILIZATION SECURITIES PUBLIC DEBT BANK ACCOUNTS FINANCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROFITABILITY INSURANCE TAXATION MICROFINANCE NEW ENTRANTS FINANCIAL SECTOR ASSESSMENT LAND SMALL BANK TIME DEPOSITS SUPPLY CHAINS FIXED ASSETS SECURITY PRUDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS ACCOUNTING STANDARDS INVESTMENT RISK CREDIT INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMERCIAL BANKS SHAREHOLDERS EQUITY PAYMENT SERVICES FINANCIAL MARKETS CAPITAL REQUIREMENT COOPERATION BANKING NET WORTH INVESTMENTS LENDING AGRICULTURAL FINANCE LIQUIDITY RATIO BANKING SUPERVISION BANKING LAW BANK BRANCHES INTERNATIONAL BANKS CREDIT INSTITUTIONS PROFITABLE BUSINESS GUARANTEE CONSUMER PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT BANK CONSOLIDATION MICROFINANCE INSTITUTION MFI
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Mali
2016-05-10T20:59:14Z | 2016-05-10T20:59:14Z | 2015-12

There has been significant development of Mali’s banking sector in recent years, but it remains shallow, and access to banking services is limited. With the opening of a new bank in 2014, there are now 14 commercial banks operating in Mali. There has been a positive evolution of the banking sector in Mali from 2009-13. There have been a number of changes in recent years in the ownership structure of the banking sector, which is now dominated by foreign shareholders, primarily from Africa. The emergence of WAEMU banking groups is a recent phenomenon, spurred in part by the approval of a single banking license for the sub-region. Available financial soundness indicators (FSI) suggest that the banking sector is generally sound, though performance varies widely among banks, and asset quality is weak.

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