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Financial Sector Assessment Update : Uganda

ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURE ASSET MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY BANK FAILURE BANK FAILURE RESOLUTION BANKING SECTOR BANKING SERVICES BANKING SUPERVISION BANKING SYSTEM BANKRUPTCY BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURES BANKS BENCHMARK BONDS BORROWING BUDGET CONSTRAINTS CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL MARKETS CAPITAL REQUIREMENT CAPITALIZATION CENTRAL BANK CLEARING HOUSE COMMERCIAL BANKS COMPETITIVENESS CONSUMER PROTECTION CORPORATE INSOLVENCY CORRUPTION CREDIT CULTURE CREDIT RISK DEBT DEBT RELIEF DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS DEPOSIT INSURANCE DEPOSITS DISCLOSURE DISTRICTS EARNING ASSETS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EIB ELECTRONIC FUNDS ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER EXPENDITURE FACE VALUE FACTORING FINANCIAL INSTITUTION FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL SYSTEM FISCAL FISCAL POLICIES FIXED RATE LOANS FOREIGN EXCHANGE GDP GDP PER CAPITA GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS GOVERNMENT SECURITIES HOUSING INCOME INFLATION INSOLVENCY CASES INSOLVENCY COURTS INSOLVENCY LAW INSOLVENCY LAWS INSOLVENCY PRACTITIONERS INSOLVENCY PROCEDURES INSOLVENCY SYSTEM INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSURANCE INSURANCE INDUSTRY INTEREST MARGIN INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL BANKS INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT REGULATIONS LAWS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL SYSTEM LEGISLATION LENDING RATES LIQUID ASSETS LIQUIDITY LOAN FINANCING LOCAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT MARKET PRICES MICROFINANCE MONETARY POLICY MORAL HAZARD MORTGAGE LENDING MORTGAGES MULTIPLIER EFFECTS MUTUAL FUND OPERATING COSTS OVERHEAD COSTS PAYMENT SYSTEMS PENSION PLANS PENSIONS POLICY DECISIONS POLITICAL INTERFERENCE PORTFOLIOS PRESIDENCY PRIVATIZATION PROFIT MARGIN PRUDENTIAL REGULATIONS PRUDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICE REGULATORY AUTHORITY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REHABILITATION REORGANIZATION RETIREMENT SAVINGS SECURITIES SECURITIZATION SOCIAL SECURITY SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA SUPERVISORY FRAMEWORK TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TERM FINANCE TIME DEPOSITS TRANSPARENCY TREASURY BILLS VALUATION
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Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2013-10-01T16:08:36Z | 2013-10-01T16:08:36Z | 2005-05

A joint International Monetary Fund-World Bank team conducted an assessment update of Uganda's financial system in connection with the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) in November, 2004. The purpose of the mission was to help the Ugandan authorities identify financial system strengths and weaknesses with a view to implementing an action plan to increase the system's contribution to economic development. This report is an overall assessment of progress since 2001 of the FSAP and policy agenda. It examines the efficiency and outreach of the financial system and finds: a) a healthy but underdeveloped financial system; and b) improving financial system efficiency and outreach. The second part assesses the promotion of term financing and developing capital markets in the areas of: pensions, term financing, the Uganda Development Bank, the Uganda stock exchange, housing finance, and domestic government debt markets. The third part focuses on financial sector supervision, including safety net and crisis management.

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