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Financial Sector Assessment : Tunisia

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLE AMORTIZATION ANALYTICAL APPROACH ASSET GROWTH AUDITING AUDITS BALANCE SHEET BANK CREDITS BANK REGULATIONS BANK SUPERVISION BANKING LAW BANKING SECTOR BANKING SYSTEM BANKING SYSTEM ASSETS BANQUE DE FRANCE BENEFICIARIES BOND BOND PORTFOLIO BORROWER BROAD MONEY BUSINESS CYCLE CAPITAL ADEQUACY CAPITAL INJECTIONS CASH FLOW CENTRAL BANK CLIENT BASE COLLATERAL COLLATERAL REGISTRATION COLLECTION ACTION COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKS CONNECTED LENDING CONSUMER CREDIT CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CREDIT BUREAU CREDIT CULTURE CREDIT INSTITUTIONS CREDIT QUALITY CREDIT RISK CREDIT SCORING CREDITORS CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT CURRENT PRICES DEBT DEBT RESTRUCTURING DEBT RESTRUCTURING OPERATIONS DEBT SERVICE DEBT SERVICE RATIO DEBT-EQUITY DEBT-EQUITY SWAPS DEBTORS DEBTS DEED DEEDS DEFAULT RISK DEPOSIT DEPOSIT MONEY BANKS DEPOSIT RATES DEPOSITS DIVIDENDS DUE DILIGENCE EFFECTIVE LIQUIDATION ELECTRONIC BANKING EMPLOYMENT EQUIPMENT EQUITY CAPITAL ESTATE ESTATE PROPERTY EXCHANGE RATE EXPOSURE EXPOSURES EXTERNAL AUDITORS EXTERNAL DEBT FACE VALUE FACTORING FINANCIAL DATA FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS FINANCIAL MARKET FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SERVICE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL SYSTEM FISCAL DEFICIT FIXED ASSETS FOREIGN CURRENCY FOREIGN CURRENCY LOANS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN INVESTORS GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT DEBT GRACE PERIOD HOUSING HOUSING LOANS HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCES ILLIQUID MARKETS INDEBTEDNESS INFLATION INFORMATION SERVICE INFORMATION SHARING INFORMATION SYSTEMS INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS INSTRUMENT INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANIES INTANGIBLE INTANGIBLE ASSETS INTEREST EXPENSES INTEREST INCOME INTEREST MARGIN INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATE SPREAD INTEREST RATES INTERNAL CONTROL INTERNAL CONTROLS INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTMENT FINANCING JUDICIAL SALES JUDICIAL SYSTEM LAND REGISTRY LARGE DEBTORS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LIQUID ASSETS LIQUIDATION LIQUIDATION PROCEDURES LIQUIDITY LIQUIDITY RATIO LOAN LOAN LOSS LOAN LOSS PROVISIONING LOAN PORTFOLIO LOAN PORTFOLIO QUALITY LOAN PORTFOLIOS LOCAL BANKS MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MANDATES MARKET DISCIPLINE MARKET RISK MERGERS MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS MONEY LAUNDERING MONEY MARKET MONEY MARKET RATE MORAL HAZARD MORTGAGE MORTGAGES MOVABLE COLLATERAL NATIONAL SAVINGS NEW MARKET NEW MARKETS NEW PRODUCT NON-PERFORMING LOANS NONPAYMENT NONPAYMENT OF DEBT NONPERFORMING LOAN NONPERFORMING LOANS NPL OFFSHORE BANKS OPERATING COSTS OPERATING INCOME OUT-OF-COURT SETTLEMENTS PARTIAL RESTRUCTURING PENSION PENSION FUNDS PORTFOLIO PORTFOLIO QUALITY PRIVATE BANKS PRIVATE CREDIT PRIVATE CREDIT BUREAU PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT BANKS PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS PRIVATIZATION PROFITABILITY PROVISIONING RULES PRUDENTIAL FRAMEWORK PRUDENTIAL FRAMEWORKS PRUDENTIAL REGULATIONS PUBLIC BANK PUBLIC BANKS PUBLIC DEBT PUBLIC ENTERPRISES REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE COLLATERAL REAL GROWTH RATES REGULATORY AUTHORITIES REGULATORY CAPITAL REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REPAYMENT REPAYMENT CAPACITY RESERVES RESTRUCTURING PLAN RESTRUCTURING PROGRAM RETURN RISK MANAGEMENT SECURITIES SHAREHOLDER SHAREHOLDERS SHORT-TERM LIABILITIES SOLVENCY STOCK EXCHANGE STOCK EXCHANGE LISTING STOCK MARKET STOCK MARKET CAPITALIZATION STOCK MARKET INDEX TAX TAX EXEMPTION TERRORISM TITLE TITLES TRADE BALANCE TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRANSACTION TRANSPARENCY TREASURY UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UNIVERSAL BANK VENTURE CAPITAL
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
2013-09-30T21:14:15Z | 2013-09-30T21:14:15Z | 2006-07

The joint International Monetary Fund/World Bank mission that visited Tunis from January 16 - 31 and March 27 - 31, 2006 as part of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) update for Tunisia carried out a detailed analysis of the ability of the Tunisian banking sector to support the country's development objectives. Upon invitation of the Governor of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT), the mission organized three well attended workshops on: (i) the restructuring of nonperforming loans; (ii) management of public banks; and (iii) the use of information for financing Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and individuals. The Tunisian economy registered a strong performance over the past decade. With average real growth rates of 5 percent since 2000, real per capita income increased by 20 percent in a context of macroeconomic stability. In 2005, the rate of inflation declined to 2 percent and the fiscal deficit was brought down to around 3 percent. The current account deficit on the balance of payments narrowed considerably since 2000, to reach 1.3 percent of Gross domestic product (GDP) in 2005 in spite of further progress in trade liberalization.

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