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International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
The main macro-financial risks relate to extensive linkages to Mainland China, stretched real estate valuations, and exposure to shifts in global market and domestic risk sentiment, compounded by escalating U.S.-China tensions. Stress tests show that the financial system is resilient to severe macro-financial shocks, but there are pockets of vulnerabilities in foreign bank branches, investment funds, households, and nonfinancial corporates. Hong Kong SAR’s financial sector is also exposed to physical and transition risks from climate change.
Alexandre Chailloux and Ms. Dalia S Hakura

Front Matter Page Authorized for distribution by Karl Habermeier and Abdelhadi Yousef Contents I. Introduction II. Recent Economic Developments III. The Global Financial Crisis and the Initial Response IV. An Analysis of the U.A.E.’s Liquidity Management Framework A. Analyzing Systemic Liquidity Management B. Analyzing the Systemic Liquidity Management Framework: the Case of the U.A.E V. Assessment of the CBU and MOF Contingency Liquidity Instruments and Liquidity Risk Monitoring VI. The Link Between U.A.E. Banks’ Lending Rates and

International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department

regulation and supervision of investment funds and contribute actively to international discussions about risks related to the industry, some additional action would be conducive to mitigate the weaknesses identified above: To address the information deficiencies identified, HKSAR authorities are encouraged to close gaps in the data required for fund liquidity risk monitoring, automate the data collection and step up their analytic involvement in liquidity risk monitoring. HKSAR authorities could benefit from intensifying their cooperation with home supervisors

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

stands ready to provide additional liquidity to the economy should conditions warrant. Further, they have also enhanced the monitoring of financial sector risks to smoothen the functioning of the system. In this context, banking supervision efforts have been intensified with daily liquidity risk monitoring and enhanced offsite monitoring. IV. Post-crisis Measures 11. The authorities are committed to preserving macroeconomic stability and ensuring higher, more inclusive and resilient growth. In this respect, they will focus on strengthening resilience to climate