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People's Republic of China—Hong Kong Special Administrative Region [electronic resource] : Financial System Stability Assessment, including Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes on the following topics: Banking Supervision, Securities Regulation, Insurance Supervision, Payment Systems, Securities Settlement Systems, Monetary and Financial Policy Transparency, Corporate Governance, and Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Finance of Terrorism.

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2003.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 03/191.
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 03/191
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (87 p.)
Local subjects:
Accounting standards.
Adequate compliance.
Adequate safeguards.
Alternative remittance.
Alternative remittance systems.
Assessment criteria.
Assessment methodology.
Auditing practices.
Banking supervision.
Beneficial owners.
Book entry form.
Cash payments.
Checks.
Civil forfeiture.
Clearing houses.
Clearing members.
Clearinghouses.
Clients.
Collateral.
Collective investment schemes.
Common law jurisdictions.
Compliance officer.
Confidentiality.
Confiscated assets.
Counterparty.
Credit.
Credit cards.
Criminal case.
Criminal law.
Criminal law enforcement.
Criminal matters.
Criminal proceeds.
Current account.
Custodians.
Custody.
Customer identification.
Drug money.
Drug trafficking.
Due diligence.
Efficient court systems.
Enforcement powers.
Enhancing transparency.
Ensuring compliance.
Financial activity.
Financial intelligence unit.
Financial intermediaries.
Financial Sector Assessment Program.
Financial sector regulation.
Financial sector standards.
Financial soundness.
Financial supervision.
Foreign banks.
Foreign exchange transactions.
Foreign jurisdictions.
Foreign regulators.
Foreign regulatory.
Insider trading.
Insurance business.
Insurance policy.
Integrity standards.
Internal audit.
Internal controls.
Internal organization.
International accounting standards.
International cooperation.
International standards.
Investor confidence.
Iosco principles.
Judicial framework.
Laundering activities.
Laundering trends.
Law enforcement.
Law enforcement agencies.
Legal assistance.
Legal foundations.
Life insurance.
Market infrastructure.
Market integrity.
Market intermediaries.
Market participants.
Money laundering.
Money laundering activities.
Money laundering cases.
Organized crime.
Payment system.
Payment systems.
Payments.
Payments finality.
Penalties.
Pension funds.
Physical securities.
Prices.
Pricing.
Principal risk.
Protocols.
Real time gross settlement.
Record keeping requirements.
Registration.
Regulatory authorities.
Regulatory bodies.
Regulatory requirements.
Reinsurance.
Reporting obligations.
Reporting requirements.
Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes.
Reputational risk.
Reputational risks.
Retail investors.
Retail payments.
Risk management.
Risk management practices.
Risk profile.
Rtgs.
Securities activities.
Securities firms.
Securities industry.
Securities markets.
Securities regulation.
Securities sectors.
Securities transactions.
Self regulatory organizations.
Settlement facilities.
Settlement systems.
Shareholders.
Shares.
Shell companies.
Stress testing.
Supervisory agencies.
Supervisory approach.
Supervisory authorities.
Supervisory authority.
Supervisory framework.
Supervisory process.
Supervisory regime.
Supervisory responsibilities.
Suspicious transaction.
Suspicious transaction report.
Suspicious transaction reporting.
Suspicious transactions.
Systemic risk.
Terrorism finance.
Terrorism financing.
Terrorist assets.
Terrorist financing.
Terrorist organizations.
Transaction reporting.
Hong Kong SAR.
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China.
Summary:
This paper evaluates key findings of the Financial System Stability Assessment for Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), including Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes on Banking Supervision, Securities Regulation, Insurance Supervision, Payment Systems, Securities Settlement Systems, Monetary and Financial Policy Transparency, and Corporate Governance. Overall, the financial system in Hong Kong SAR is resilient, sound, and overseen by a comprehensive supervisory framework. The banking system is sufficiently well capitalized and profitable to be able to withstand the more likely macroeconomic shocks, although some pressures on bank profits are emerging.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
1451816901:
9781451816907
ISSN:
1934-7685
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451816907.002
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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