Sri Lankan governor issues 21-point plan for bankers


Ajith Nivard Cabraal, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka governor, has detailed a 21-point plan he wants the country's bankers to follow from 2013.

While the plan does not contain any specific regulations or numerical targets, the governor calls for improvement in a wide range of banking operations in a speech at a Bank Directors' Symposium on December 12.

He urged bankers to "keep a close eye" on capital adequacy and to improve risk management systems by paying attention to both local and

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