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International Monetary Fund
This paper provides Executive Directors with an update of safeguards assessment activities from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. In common with previous updates, it covers the various types of safeguards activities undertaken during the year, highlighting the increased activity associated with the “twin crises” of food and fuel price shocks and the global financial crisis during 2008/09. It also briefly discusses developments in the latter part of that year, including the separate safeguards procedures introduced for members accessing the Flexible Credit Line (FCL).
International Monetary Fund
Safeguards Activities. In the year to June 30, 2008, 10 safeguards assessments were conducted bringing the total number of assessments completed since 2000 to 122. At year-end, 72 central banks were subject to ongoing safeguards monitoring. Assessment activity has also included several recent high-profile cases of misreporting or misuse, along with intensive analysis of special audit reports initiated in such cases. In the latter part of 2008, staff developed modalities for expedited safeguards assessments under the Emergency Financing Mechanism.
International Monetary Fund
This report discusses the results of the evaluation of the MFD technical assistance program with the BCC. The evaluation covered the period May 2001-April 2004 and focused on foreign exchange and monetary operations, internal audit, accounting, banking supervision. It was conducted during December 14-17, 2006 in conjunction with an MFD advisory mission. The mission examined the implementation of this program by two (2) resident experts (a general advisor to the Governor and a resident advisor responsible for internal audit), three (3) multitopic missions, and ten (10) short-term expert visits.1
International Monetary Fund
The safeguards assessments policy was introduced in March 2000 to provide reasonable assurance that central banks have adequate financial control systems in place to manage their resources and Fund disbursements. The safeguards policy’s main objective is to minimize the possibility of misreporting or misuse of Fund resources associated with the Fund’s lending activities. Safeguards assessments apply to all member countries that have a Fund arrangement.