Report reveals damage caused by Bank of Mongolia’s ‘quasi-fiscal’ policies

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Ulaanbaatar
François Philipp

“Quasi-fiscal policies” undertaken by the Bank of Mongolia (BoM) suffered from weak controls and may have conflicted with other parts of the central bank’s mandate, leading to large losses, a new report finds.

Between 2012 and 2016 the Bank of Mongolia was involved in several quasi-fiscal policies that supplied funds to parts of the economy. Though launched by the government, the central bank acted as financier and administrator for the policies.

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