IMF assesses financial stability in Norway

A delegation from the IMF is currently visiting Norwegian authorities and financial market participants to gather information about the Norwegian financial system.

The visit is part of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP), which is designed to assess the stability of the financial system.

The programme is intended to help countries to identify and rectify structural weaknesses in the financial sector, and thereby improve their ability to withstand macroeconomic shocks and contagion

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