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Financial Sector Assessment : Senegal

AGRICULTURAL CREDIT ARREARS ASSETS AUTONOMY BANK CAPITAL BANK CREDIT BANK DEPOSITS BANK FAILURE BANK LENDING BANK PORTFOLIOS BANKING CRISIS BANKING SECTOR BANKING SYSTEM BANKING SYSTEM ASSETS BANQUE DE FRANCE BOND BOND MARKET BONDS BORROWING CAPITAL FLIGHT CAPITAL MARKET CENTRAL BANK CENTRAL BANK CREDIT CIVIL SERVICE COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMERCIAL PAPER CONSOLIDATION CONTAGION CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CREDIT POLICIES CREDIT RISK CURRENCY CUSTOMER BASE DEGREE OF RISK DEMOGRAPHIC DEPENDENT DEPOSIT DEPOSIT INSURANCE DEPOSIT INSURANCE SCHEME DEPOSITORS DEPOSITS DEVALUATION DEVELOPMENT BANK DUE DILIGENCE ECONOMIC DOWNTURNS EQUITY MARKET EXCHANGE RATE EXPORTER EXPOSURE EXPOSURES FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES FINANCIAL MARKET FINANCIAL REGULATION FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SECTOR REGULATION FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL STABILITY FINANCIAL SYSTEM FIXED COSTS FLOATING RATE FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FOREIGN INVESTORS FOREIGN MARKETS FOREIGN PORTFOLIO FOREIGN PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT GOVERNMENT SECURITIES HOUSING HOUSING LOANS INCOME INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANIES INSURANCE MARKETS INSURANCE SUPERVISION INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATE RISK INTERNAL CONTROLS INTERNATIONAL BANKS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTING INVESTMENT IN SECURITIES INVESTOR CONFIDENCE ISSUANCE JUDICIAL ENVIRONMENT JUDICIAL SYSTEM LABOR FORCE LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGISLATION LIQUIDITY LIQUIDITY RISKS LOAN LOAN CONTRACTS LOAN LOSSES MARKET CAPITALIZATION MARKET INTERMEDIARIES MARKET PARTICIPANTS MARKET RISKS MICROFINANCE MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS MICROFINANCE SECTOR MINISTRIES OF FINANCE MONETARY POLICY MONEY LAUNDERING OPERATING COSTS PAYMENT DEFAULTS PENSION PENSION FUNDS PENSION REFORM PENSION SYSTEM PENSION SYSTEM REFORM PENSIONS PORTFOLIO PORTFOLIOS PRIVATIZATIONS PRUDENTIAL FRAMEWORK PRUDENTIAL STANDARDS PUBLIC ENTERPRISES RAPID EXPANSION RAPID GROWTH REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS REGULATOR REGULATORY BODIES REGULATORY BODY REGULATORY SYSTEM REINSURANCE RESERVES RULES FOR MARKET SAVINGS SECURITIES SECURITIES MARKET STOCK EXCHANGE SUPERVISORY AGENCIES SYSTEMIC BANKING CRISIS SYSTEMIC CRISIS TAX TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRADING TRADING VOLUMES TRANSACTION TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPARENCY TREASURY TREATY USURY CEILING VOLATILITY WITHDRAWAL
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Washington, DC
Africa | Senegal
2013-10-01T15:31:06Z | 2013-10-01T15:31:06Z | 2002-06

This Financial Sector Assessment (FSA) is based on the work of the joint International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank mission that visited Senegal as part of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) from November 6-17, 2000 and January 28-February 5, 200l . Members of the team also visited Cote d'Ivoire in order to conduct assessments of the regional capital market, securities commission, and banking commission, and Lome, Togo for discussions with the regional social security regulator, CIPRES. The FSAP mission's findings were discussed with the authorities in July 2001 in the context of the 2001 article four consultation. This report summarizes the main findings of the mission, identifies key financial sector vulnerabilities, and provides policy recommendations.

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