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International Monetary Fund

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Financial Soundness Indicators (FSIs) are measures that indicate the current financial health and soundness of a country's financial institutions, and their corporate and household counterparts. FSIs include both aggregated individual institution data and indicators that are representative of the markets in which the financial institutions operate. FSIs are calculated and disseminated for the purpose of supporting macroprudential analysis--the assessment and surveillance of the strengths and vulnerabilities of financial systems--with a view to strengthening financial stability and limiting the likelihood of financial crises. Financial Soundness Indicators: Compilation Guide is intended to give guidance on the concepts, sources, and compilation and dissemination techniques underlying FSIs; to encourage the use and cross-country comparison of these data; and, thereby, to support national and international surveillance of financial systems.

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

Financial Soundness Indicators (FSIs) are measures that indicate the current financial health and soundness of a country's financial institutions, and their corporate and household counterparts. FSIs include both aggregated individual institution data and indicators that are representative of the markets in which the financial institutions operate. FSIs are calculated and disseminated for the purpose of supporting macroprudential analysis--the assessment and surveillance of the strengths and vulnerabilities of financial systems--with a view to strengthening financial stability and limiting the likelihood of financial crises. Financial Soundness Indicators: Compilation Guide is intended to give guidance on the concepts, sources, and compilation and dissemination techniques underlying FSIs; to encourage the use and cross-country comparison of these data; and, thereby, to support national and international surveillance of financial systems.

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

Financial Soundness Indicators (FSIs) are measures that indicate the current financial health and soundness of a country's financial institutions, and their corporate and household counterparts. FSIs include both aggregated individual institution data and indicators that are representative of the markets in which the financial institutions operate. FSIs are calculated and disseminated for the purpose of supporting macroprudential analysis--the assessment and surveillance of the strengths and vulnerabilities of financial systems--with a view to strengthening financial stability and limiting the likelihood of financial crises. Financial Soundness Indicators: Compilation Guide is intended to give guidance on the concepts, sources, and compilation and dissemination techniques underlying FSIs; to encourage the use and cross-country comparison of these data; and, thereby, to support national and international surveillance of financial systems.

International Monetary Fund

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Los indicadores de solidez financiera (ISF) son medidas que muestran la salud financiera actual y la solidez de las instituciones financieras de un país, y de las empresas y hogares que son su contraparte. Los ISF comprenden datos individuales agregados de las instituciones financieras e indicadores representativos de los mercados en los que funcionan dichas instituciones. Los ISF se calculan y divulgan con el propósito de respaldar el análisis macroprudencial-- la evaluación y supervisión de los puntos fuertes y los puntos vulnerables de los sistemas financieros -- teniendo en mira fortalecer la estabilidad financiera y limitar la probabilidad de crisis financieras. Indicadores de solidez financiera: Guía de compilación busca ofrecer orientaciones sobre los conceptos, fuentes, técnicas de compilación y divulgación de los ISF; alentar el uso de estos países y su comparación entre países y, por ese medio, respaldar la tarea de supervisión de los sistemas nacionales a escala nacional e internacional.

International Monetary Fund

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Les indicateurs de solidité financière (ISF) renseignent sur la santé et la solidité financières des institutions financières d’un pays, ainsi que des sociétés et des ménages avec lesquels elles sont en relation. Ils eux expriment des données agrégées sur les institutions et d’autres des indices représentatifs des marchés sur lesquels opèrent ces institutions. Les ISF sont calculés et diffusés pour les besoins de l’analyse macroprudentielle, dont l’objet est l’évaluation et le suivi des forces et des faiblesses des systèmes financiers afin d’en renforcer la stabilité et, en particulier, de limiter les risques de crises financières. L'ouvrage « Indicateurs de solidité financière : Guide d’établissement » se propose de préciser les concepts, définitions, sources et techniques qui régissent l’établissement et la diffusion des ISF ; de promouvoir la comparabilité de ces données entre pays, ainsi qu’à faciliter la surveillance nationale et internationale des systèmes financiers.

Parmeshwar Ramlogan and Mr. Bernhard Fritz-Krockow

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This paper describes the functions, policies, and operations of the IMF. The IMF is an independent international organization, and is a cooperative of 185 member countries, whose objective is to promote world economic stability and growth. The member countries are the shareholders of the cooperative, providing the capital of the IMF through quota subscriptions. In return, the IMF provides its members with macroeconomic policy advice, financing in times of balance-of-payments need, and technical assistance and training to improve national economic management.

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

Financial Soundness Indicators (FSIs) are measures that indicate the current financial health and soundness of a country's financial institutions, and their corporate and household counterparts. FSIs include both aggregated individual institution data and indicators that are representative of the markets in which the financial institutions operate. FSIs are calculated and disseminated for the purpose of supporting macroprudential analysis--the assessment and surveillance of the strengths and vulnerabilities of financial systems--with a view to strengthening financial stability and limiting the likelihood of financial crises. Financial Soundness Indicators: Compilation Guide is intended to give guidance on the concepts, sources, and compilation and dissemination techniques underlying FSIs; to encourage the use and cross-country comparison of these data; and, thereby, to support national and international surveillance of financial systems.