IMF reports in the context of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) mission to Slovenia
The IMF team visited Slovenia from 4 – 12 April, 2012 to conduct an evaluation under the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP).
FSAP findings provide valuable additional information to the IMF’s broader surveillance of countries’ economies, known as Article IV consultations. The FSAP assessed financial sector strengths and vulnerabilities to systemic risks and reviewed the supervisory framework and the contingency arrangements.
The mission met with senior officials and staff from the Ministry of Finance, Bank of Slovenia, Insurance Supervisory Agency, Securities Market Agency, representatives from financial institutions, professional bodies, and think tanks.
In addition to the final FSSA report (Financial System Stability Assessment) FSAP mission prepared also a detailed assessment on compliance with Basel Core Principles for effective banking supervision.
In accordance with the IMF practice the Executive Board discussed and confirmed the final report of the FSAP mission on 21 November 2012, together with the final report of this year's Article IV consultations with Slovenia.
IMF reports in the context of the FSAP mission to Slovenia can be found on the following IMF web page.