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Botswana : Financial Sector Assessment

ACCESS TO FINANCE ACCOUNTING AFFORDABILITY ASSET HOLDINGS ASSET MANAGEMENT ASSET MANAGERS ATM ATMS BALANCE SHEETS BANK ACCOUNTS BANK ACTIVITIES BANKING CRISES BANKING PRODUCT BANKING PRODUCTS BANKING RELATIONSHIPS BANKING SECTOR BANKING SERVICES BANKING SUPERVISION BANKING SYSTEM BANKS BENEFICIARIES BONDS BRANCH NETWORK BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS PLANS CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS CAPITAL MARKET CAPITAL MARKETS CASH FLOWS CASH MANAGEMENT CELLULAR PHONES CLIENT BASE COLLECTIVE INVESTMENTS COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKS CONSUMER CONSUMER PROTECTION CONSUMERS COOPERATIVES CORPORATE CLIENTS CREDIT BUREAU CREDIT GROWTH CREDIT POLICY CREDITS DELIVERY MECHANISMS DEMOGRAPHIC DEPOSIT DEPOSITS DERIVATIVES DEVELOPMENT BANK DEVELOPMENT BANKS DISBURSEMENTS DIVERSIFICATION DOMESTIC ECONOMY EARNINGS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC DOWNTURN EDUCATION PROGRAM ENABLING ENVIRONMENT ENFORCEMENT POWERS EQUITIES EXCESS LIQUIDITY EXCHANGE RATE EXPOSURE FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITIES FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL DISCIPLINE FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL INSTITUTION FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL LITERACY FINANCIAL LITERACY CAMPAIGN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MARKET FINANCIAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL POLICIES FINANCIAL POSITION FINANCIAL REGULATION FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL RISKS FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SECTOR ASSESSMENT FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM FINANCIAL SECTOR STRATEGY FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL STABILITY FINANCIAL SYSTEM FINANCIAL SYSTEM STABILITY FISCAL POSITION FOREIGN ASSET FOREIGN CURRENCY FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN INVESTMENTS FUND ASSET FUND ASSETS FUND MANAGERS GOVERNANCE ISSUES GOVERNMENT BONDS GOVERNMENT SECURITIES GOVERNMENT SUPPORT HEDGE FUNDS HIGH INTEREST RATES HOUSING FINANCE INFLATION INFORMATION SHARING INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS INSTRUMENT INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANIES INSURANCE INDUSTRY INTEREST EXPENSES INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTMENT INSTRUMENT INVESTMENT VEHICLE ISSUANCE KEY CHALLENGE LENDERS LIABILITY LIABILITY MANAGEMENT LIQUIDITY LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT LIQUIDITY POSITION LOAN LOAN PORTFOLIO LOAN SIZES LOAN TERMS MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET PARTICIPANTS MARKET SHARE MEDIUM ENTERPRISE MICROFINANCE MONETARY FUND MONETARY POLICY MONETARY STABILITY MONEY MARKET MORTGAGE MORTGAGE CREDIT MORTGAGE CREDITS MORTGAGES NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL SAVINGS NEW MARKET NEW PRODUCTS OCCUPATIONAL PENSION OUTPUT OUTREACH OUTSOURCING PAYMENT SYSTEM PAYMENT SYSTEMS PENSION PENSION FUND PENSION FUND ADMINISTRATORS PENSION FUND ASSET PENSION FUND ASSETS PENSION FUND SUPERVISION PENSION FUNDS PENSION SECTOR PENSION SECTORS PENSION SYSTEM PENSIONS PENSIONS INDUSTRY PHONE BANKING PORTFOLIO CHOICE PORTFOLIO RISKS PORTFOLIOS PRICE DISTORTIONS PRICE STABILITY PRIVATE EQUITIES PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PRIVATIZATION PRODUCTIVE INVESTMENTS PRUDENTIAL REGULATION PUBLIC CONFIDENCE PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC SAVINGS RAPID GROWTH REAL ESTATE REGULATOR REGULATORY AGENCY REGULATORY AUTHORITY REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY REGIME REGULATORY STRUCTURE REGULATORY SYSTEM REINSURANCE REPUTATION RESERVE RESPONSIBILITIES RETURNS RETURNS ON EQUITY RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY NETS SALARY SAVINGS SAVINGS BANK SECURITIES SECURITIES REGULATION SENIOR SHAREHOLDERS SHORT-TERM LIQUIDITY SINGLE ASSET SMALL ENTERPRISES SOCIAL SAFETY NETS SOLVENCY STAKEHOLDERS STOCK EXCHANGE SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY SUPPORT PROGRAMS SYSTEMIC RISKS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TERRORISM TRACK RECORD TRADING TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS TRANSPARENCY TREASURY TRUSTEE TRUSTEES UNEMPLOYED UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS WITHDRAWAL
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Washington, DC
Africa | Botswana
2012-06-14T19:37:59Z | 2012-06-14T19:37:59Z | 2008-08

This Financial Sector Assessment (FSA) is based on the work of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)-World Bank team that visited Botswana in January and March 2007. The principal objectives of the team were to assist the authorities in evaluating the current state of the financial sector and its developmental needs. The team focused on five areas: (i) systemic liquidity and the macro-financial framework; (ii) financial system stability and its resilience to shocks; (iii) the regulatory and supervisory framework for banks, pension funds, insurance companies, and other nonBank financial sectors; (iv) progress in meeting international standards in banking supervision, transparency of monetary and financial policies, payment systems, and antimony laundering and combating the financing of terrorism; and (v) access to and affordability of financial services.

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