IMF and Sarb push for stronger systemic supervision in Africa


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) are pushing for a more systemic approach to banking supervision in Africa, most recently conducting a seminar to highlight the importance of macro-prudential policy.

Organised by the Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center for Southern Africa (Afritac South) and the Sarb College, the seminar sought to encourage central banks to look to systemic risks that might not become apparent when scrutinising individual

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