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RBA Glossary definition for FSAP

FSAP – Financial Sector Assessment Program. A joint International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank program, seeking to identify the strengths and vulnerabilities of countries' financial systems, and to determine how key sources of risks are being managed. For developing countries, assessments are used to ascertain developmental and technical assistance needs, and to help prioritise policy responses. For developed countries, FSAP assessments are conducted solely by the IMF and do not cover developmental issues.

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Reserve Bank of Australia Annual Report 2021 - Abbreviations

18 Oct 2021 RBA Annual Report 2021 PDF 35KB

Risk and the Transformation of the Australian Financial System | Conference – 2007

20 Aug 2007 Conferences
Chris Ryan and Chris Thompson
RBA Annual Conference – 2007 Risk and the Transformation of the Australian Financial System Chris Ryan and Chris Thompson. 1. Introduction. Financial systems in many countries have experienced tremendous growth and structural change over recent

The Changing Statistical Needs of Central Banks

19 Apr 2005 Bulletin PDF 61KB
Address by Mr GR Stevens, Deputy Governor, to the Irving Fisher Committee for Financial Statistics of the International Statistical Institute, Sydney, 8 April 2005

Safety and Stability

26 Sep 2006 PSB Annual Report – 2006
During the past year, the Bank's self-assessment provided input to an independent external assessment of RITS by the IMF as part of its FSAP. ... As a consequence, it was decided that they would not be assessed as part of the FSAP, but that a full

Publications | Payments & Infrastructure Resources

30 May 2023
A list of useful Australian publications on payments issues

List of Acronyms | 2009 Self-assessment of the Reserve Bank Information and Transfer System

9 Mar 2023
ESA. Exchange Settlement Account. FSAP. Financial Sector Assessment Program. HVCS. High Value Clearing System.

A Model for Stress Testing Household Lending in Australia

19 Dec 2013 Bulletin – December 2013
Tom Bilston and David Rodgers
Stress testing can be a useful tool for authorities to assess the resilience of their banking systems to various shocks, including those that result in more borrowers being unable to repay their debts. This article outlines a model that simulates

Safety and Stability

20 Sep 2005 PSB Annual Report – 2005
The Australian Government has volunteered to take part in the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP), which aims to identify strengths and vulnerabilities in a country's ... The IMF is aiming to complete


17 Oct 2019 RBA Annual Report – 2019
FSAP. Financial Sector Assessment Program (of the IMF). FSB. Financial Stability Board.

Box E: The Council of Financial Regulators

20 Oct 2018 FSR – October 2018
A temporary working group is currently coordinating agency engagement with the International Monetary Fund as part of its Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) review of Australia (for more information, see the