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International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
As a follow-up to the 2019 FSSR, a remote TA mission supported the RBZ with the implementation of Basel III liquidity standards. The mission reviewed the RBZ drafts of the LCR and NSFR frameworks, discussed identified material gaps with the BSD management and relevant supervisors, and provided many recommendations on enhancing the drafts of liquidity regulations, monitoring tools, reporting templates, and disclosure. Further actions for implementing Basel III liquidity standards were agreed with the RBZ.
International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
This virtual technical assistance (TA) mission supported the Agency in strengthening certain elements of its risk based supervisory framework. The mission focused on assisting the Agency with its development of internal supervisory methodologies for assessing a bank’s ICAAP, and for setting individual Pillar 2 supervisory capital requirements. The mission provided recommendations and targeted training. The priorities for the next TA missions were discussed with the Agency (strengthening banking supervision and cybersecurity, and diagnostic TA of insurance sector supervision will be considered). The mission benefited from simultaneous translation.
International Monetary Fund. Institute for Capacity Development and International Monetary Fund. Legal Dept.

delivery in that country or region. The authoring department, in consultation with the area department, makes the determination of legitimate interest. (g) Other agencies or instrumentalities within the CD recipient member country or non-member or international agency. (h) General public. 4. This guidance does not apply to the following types of information: (a) Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) Reports. The guidance does not apply to the dissemination of information derived from FSAP, since the handling of such information is subject to a separate

International Monetary Fund. Institute for Capacity Development and International Monetary Fund. Legal Dept.
The Staff Operational Guidance on Dissemination of Capacity Development Information sets forth procedures on the dissemination of capacity development information, based on the objectives of wider, more active, and timelier sharing of information while safeguarding the Fund’s candor and role as trusted advisor. The guidance draws from internal consultations and Executive Directors’ views on the Updated Framework on the Dissemination of Capacity Development Information.
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to protect information. Wider dissemination should also be balanced with the risk of staff becoming less candid in their assessments and recommendations. Finally, wider dissemination, particularly via publication, may also require more staff time and resources to finalize and translate materials. 4. The update clarifies which types of final CD outputs require consent for their dissemination. 2 As noted above, the authoring department’s role as a trusted advisor implies that the advice could include information that the authoring department or the CD recipient

International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, &, Review Department, and International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

. Expectations for the review process . The review process, undertaken by authoring departments, SPR, and STA, will help ensure observance of these principles at the operational level. The Third-Party Indicators Digest . The Indicators Digest serves as a centralized database highlighting strengths and weaknesses of some of the most commonly used TPIs at the Fund. It summarizes key information that staff should consider when using and presenting TPIs. The assessment in the Indicators Digest is not a validation exercise, nor is it intended to present an ex-ante positive or