IMF paper identifies weaknesses in Central America's supervisory practices


An International Monetary Fund paper published on Tuesday finds evidence that risk-based supervision in Central American countries is weak and that macro-prudential measures have scarcely been deployed.

Fernando Delgado and Mynor Meza, the paper's authors, analyse financial supervision and macro-prudential instruments in Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the main supervisory practices. The authors note that despite substantial progress

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