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Offsite examinations have been improved with: (i) the introduction of new tools such as permanent files, an early warning system (EWS) of indicators, and new methodology and procedures (for example, a CAMEL-based analysis of banks’ financial position, detection and treatment of irregularities in bank statements, and sanctions for noncompliance); (ii) the preparation of a procedures manual; and (iii) electronic data transmission via the Réseau Métropolitain Africain (RMA) network, and the selection of periodic bank data to be reported.

Early Approach to Banking Problems Early on, the NBKR tightened its licensing procedures and suspended new bank registrations until minimum capital requirements and prudential regulations had been reviewed and strengthened. R. Central Bank) were inadequate to address the new situation and emerging challenges. Recognizing the capacity and manpower constraints, as well as institutional and accounting deficiencies, IMF TA recommendations proposed a sequential approach for building the necessary blocks for a strong supervisory function for the NBKR.

Not for Redistribution Obert Nyawata and Judit Vadasz y 33 proactive countries in implementing reforms. These efforts have been supported by financial and TA from the IMF and other providers. The legal and institutional framework for policy making, which required total revamping, was the key element on which other reforms depended. Institution building and instrument design required considerable resources, particularly regarding monetary operations, banking supervision, and modernization of the central bank.

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