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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
In response to a request of the Central Bank of Djibouti (CBD), a mission from the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF’s) Statistics Department (STA) visited Djibouti during March 4-11, 2018, to provide technical assistance (TA) on the financial soundness indicators (FSIs). The main objectives of the mission were to: (1) ensure that the source data were adequate for the compilation of the FSIs; (2) assist the CBD in the compilation of the FSIs on the basis of the international standards set out in the IMF’s Financial Soundness Indicators Compilation Guide (FSI Guide); (3) guide the staff of the CBD in the preparation of the FSI metadata in line with the IMF metadata forms; and (4) agree with the Banking Supervision Unit (BSU) on an action plan for the production of the FSIs and their regular reporting to STA.
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the IMF’s Financial Soundness Indicators Compilation Guide ( FSI Guide ); (3) guide the staff of the CBD in the preparation of the FSI metadata in line with the IMF metadata forms; and (4) agree with the Banking Supervision Unit (BSU) on an action plan for the production of the FSIs and their regular reporting to STA. 2. The mission achieved these objectives and assisted the BSU officials in the preparation of the FSI production files (forms FS2 and FSD) and the development of the metadata files (FS1 and FSM) . Following the mission, the FSIs were reported to

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Glossary SUMMARY OF MISSION OUTCOMES AND PRIORITY RECOMMENDATIONS DETAILED ACTION PLAN INTRODUCTION A. Background B. Ethiopia’s Financial System DETAILED TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT AND RECOMMENDATIONS A. Consolidation Basis and Institutional Coverage B. Accounting and Regulatory Frameworks Underlying the FSI Data C. Source Data D. Compilation Framework E. New FSI Report Forms F. FSI Metadata G. FSI Data and Metadata Reporting H. FSIs for Other Sectors I. Resources, Training, and Technical Cooperation J. Other Issues BOX 1. The

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sheet, income statement, and memorandum series, the sectoral FSIs with underlying series (FSD template) for DTs with quarterly data beginning from 2017: Q2, the FSI institutional coverage (FS1 template) with annual data starting from 2017, and the FSI metadata (FSM template) . NBE December 2020 Start regular reporting to STA, for posting on the IMF’s FSI website, of the FSD and FS2 templates with quarterly data starting from 2017: Q2, and the FS1 template with annual data starting from 2017. Also report the FSM template periodically . NBE

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF’s) Statistics Department (STA) provided technical assistance (TA) on financial soundness indicators (FSI) to the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) during June 15-July 10, 2020. The TA mission took place in response to a request from the authorities, with the support of the IMF’s African Department (AFR). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions, the mission was conducted remotely via video conferences. The mission worked with the staff of the NBE on the development of FSIs that are in line with the IMF’s 2019 FSI Guide.1 The main objectives of the mission were to: (i) review the source data, institutional coverage, and accounting and regulatory frameworks supporting the compilation of FSIs; (ii) provide guidance for mapping source data for the banking sector to the FSI reporting templates FS2 and FSD as well as preparing the metadata; and (iii) agree with the authorities on the timeline to begin regular reporting of the FSIs for deposit-takers to STA. The mission also provided technical assistance to the NBE on the compilation of net open positions in foreign currencies.
International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This Technical Assistance Report on Djibouti provides details of IMF mission to aid on the financial soundness indicators (FSI). The mission achieved the said objectives and assisted the Banking Supervision Unit (BSU) officials in the preparation of the FSI production files and the development of the metadata files. The mission held constructive discussions with the Central Bank of Djibouti staff on various other aspects of the production of statistics aimed at improving the quality of the data produced. These discussions led to the preparation of an action plan identifying the main improvements to be pursued or undertaken, with the following priority recommendations. The report also highlights that the microfinance sector is growing in Djibouti; however, access to financing remains very limited. A review of the Call Report forms revealed a number of inconsistencies. The report recommends that the BSU staff participate regularly in the FSI courses organized by the IMF.
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. Consolidation Basis and Institutional Coverage B. Accounting and Regulatory Frameworks Underlying the FSI Data C. Source Data D. Compilation Framework E. New FSI Report Forms F. FSI Metadata G. FSI Data and Metadata Reporting H. FSIs for Other Sectors I. Resources, Training, and Technical Cooperation J. Other Issues TABLES 1. FSM: Priority Recommendations 2. FSM: The Financial Sector in FSM 3. FSM: Loans Classification and Provisioning Rules for Commercial Banks 4. FSM: Reporting Forms APPENDICES I. Financial Soundness Indicators II

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potential gains from producing cross-country comparable FSIs on the basis of the Guide . By end-March 2005, countries will send the IMF an interim progress report, including the first draft of FSI metadata using the standard report form. In addition to continuous consultation by correspondence, regional meetings will be held in mid-2005 and mid-2006. The regional meetings in 2005 will focus on further progress under countries’ work programs, while the regional meetings planned in 2006 will discuss the penultimate draft FSI metadata and preliminary FSI data.

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regulatory data that commercial banks report to the CBM for supervisory purposes. In addition, the mission assisted in developing FSI metadata and completing a template detailing the institutional coverage of the financial sector. 8. It is important that the CBM officially designates a unit to be responsible for compilation, reporting, and dissemination of FSIs . This would help coordination of the provision of timely source data and facilitate training and other staff development. Although the responsibility for compiling FSIs has not yet been officially assigned, the