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San Marino [electronic resource] : Financial Sector Assessment Program: Financial System Stability Assessment.

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2010.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 10/317.
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 10/317
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (50 p.)
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Accounting standards. (search)
Anti money laundering. (search)
Average risk. (search)
Bank account. (search)
Bank accounts. (search)
Bank activities. (search)
Bank assets. (search)
Bank bonds. (search)
Bank deposit. (search)
Bank deposit insurance. (search)
Bank deposits. (search)
Bank directors. (search)
Bank for international settlements. (search)
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Bank inspections. (search)
Bank lending. (search)
Bank loans. (search)
Bank ownership. (search)
Bank performance. (search)
Bank policy. (search)
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Bank risks. (search)
Bank secrecy. (search)
Bank soundness. (search)
Bank supervision. (search)
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Bank system. (search)
Banking. (search)
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Banking law. (search)
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Banking risks. (search)
Banking secrecy. (search)
Banking sector. (search)
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Banking system. (search)
Banking system assets. (search)
Banknotes. (search)
Banks assets. (search)
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Basel Core Principles. (search)
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Clearing system. (search)
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Cross border transportation. (search)
Customer acceptance. (search)
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Deposit insurance. (search)
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Excess liquidity. (search)
Exchange information. (search)
Extraordinary income. (search)
Financial crime. (search)
Financial intelligence unit. (search)
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Financial regulation. (search)
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Financial Sector Assessment Program. (search)
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Foreign authorities. (search)
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Foreign exchange. (search)
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Life insurance. (search)
Liquid securities. (search)
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Market infrastructure. (search)
Monetary union. (search)
Money laundering. (search)
Mutual evaluation. (search)
National bank. (search)
Nonbank financial sector. (search)
Nonperforming loan. (search)
Payment system. (search)
Payment systems. (search)
Predicate crimes. (search)
Private banking. (search)
Regulatory frameworks. (search)
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Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes. (search)
Reputational risks. (search)
Reserve requirement. (search)
Retained earnings. (search)
Return on assets. (search)
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Risk management. (search)
Risk profile. (search)
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Self regulatory organizations. (search)
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Share capital. (search)
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San Marino. (search)
Summary:
Stress tests indicate that the main vulnerabilities of the banking sector of San Marino relate to deposit outflows or to a deterioration of credit quality, and these risks are particularly high for the largest bank. There is no effective mechanism to provide liquidity to banks. The nonbank financial sector in San Marino consists of just over 50 small companies, but has growth potential. The governing body of the Central Bank of San Marino (CBSM) should be subject to clearer and stronger accountability, and be more independent from the government.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
145520868X:
9781455208685
ISSN:
1934-7685
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781455208685.002
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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