Pakistan’s Anwar presents plan for financial system growth


Yaseen Anwar, the governor of the State Bank of Pakistan, gave a speech on January 7 outlining a 10-point plan to encourage growth in the financial system.

The plan includes strengthening prudential regulation and supervision, improving consumer protection and deepening the financial sector by developing debt markets, stock markets and non-bank financial institutions. This, Anwar said, would help create an "efficient, competitive and robust financial system that can provide the impetus for

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