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International Monetary Fund. Independent Evaluation Office

years to improve the internal data management process—and the important initiatives to this end that are currently under way—questions persist about the extent to which flows of data within the Fund continue to be hampered by internal flaws. 4. While most of these data problems have been recognized for decades, they have been cast in a different light by the proliferation of data sources and rapid technological change of recent years, and, in particular, by the surge in demand for multilateral and financial surveillance and cross-country analysis, activities that

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guideline. Thus, these securities should be removed from the numerator. All liquidity ratios would decline under this change. 106. Liquidity management at banks would benefit from the opening of a discount window at the Central Bank . In the medium term, the development of a repo or secondary market for government securities would typically ensure the provision of liquidity for banks under short term-deposit stress. 107. BPNG would benefit from TA to centralize data management systems . Data management processes need to be updated, as expertise might have been

Hites Ahir, Mattia Coppo, Hendre Garbers, Vivian Malta, Xin Tang, Daniel Gurara, Luis-Felipe Zanna, and Linda G. Venable

phenomenon (such as an interaction or trade-off) not directly observable with data. Moreover, sensitivity analysis and alternative scenarios can be generated when dealing, for example, with uncertainties about parameters due to limited data. More broadly, however, economic data across LICs typically comes in the form of quarterly national accounts that are available with a lag. In addition to the suite of models themselves, a complementary part of designing a FPAS system is therefore designing a data management process whereby monitoring, forecasting and policy analysis is

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This paper presents the Fund’s net income outcome for FY 2010. The actual outcomes in this paper follow the closing of the Fund’s accounts for the financial year and completion of the FY 2010 external audit conducted by Deloitte & Touche, the Fund’s external auditor. The paper also provides an update on the restructuring costs incurred during FY 2010.
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. Also, staff has partnered with the World Bank’s Reserves Advisory Management Program (RAMP), which has significantly improved the control and management of reserves through building capacity at a number of central banks. Data management processes have been strengthened more recently. A key development here is that, as internal audit practices improve, program data compilation and reconciliations are increasingly subject to internal audit at key milestones, such as test dates under IMF-supported programs. This development provides added assurances to central bank

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Papua New Guinea (PNG) was only mildly impacted on the financial front during the global crisis. Although the financial sector in PNG has been a source of strength in 2000, vulnerabilities exist and need to be carefully managed. There are important steps needed to strengthen the regulation and supervision of the banking and insurance sectors. The development of local government securities markets is important for system stability. Five years after the enactment of the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA), there is still no legislation on terrorist financing.
International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

will involve delegating most budget execution tasks to line ministries. Third, data management processes have to be strengthened. Information on budget execution is spread across several IT systems and stand-alone files, which are not always consistent with the approved budget. The core system dates to 2000 is not accessible by line ministries, and data entry can be significantly delayed or incomplete. Financial reporting and controls should be improved, notably through a better management of invoices and netting-out of standing balances. Fourth, budget

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protection Fair credit granting and consumer credit regulations Provisions with respect to privacy and personal or corporate secrets in existing laws Several countries chose to pass a specific law regulating credit-reporting entities: Israel, Kazakhstan (draft version), Korea, Mexico, Peru, Russia (currently in a draft version), Sweden, Thailand, Ukraine (draft version) and United States. In almost all European countries, as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Argentina, the focus is on regulating the data management process rather