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International Monetary Fund
This paper assesses the observance of financial sector supervisory standards of Montserrat in the context of a Module 2 offshore financial center assessment. It reviews the extent to which the regulatory and supervisory arrangements for the offshore financial sector complied with internationally accepted standards in the offshore banking sector. The assessment also includes an evaluation of measures related to antimoney laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) based on the AML/CFT methodology, which was endorsed by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
International Monetary Fund

This paper assesses the observance of financial sector supervisory standards of Montserrat in the context of a Module 2 offshore financial center assessment. It reviews the extent to which the regulatory and supervisory arrangements for the offshore financial sector complied with internationally accepted standards in the offshore banking sector. The assessment also includes an evaluation of measures related to antimoney laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) based on the AML/CFT methodology, which was endorsed by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

International Monetary Fund

The 2011 Article IV Consultation highlights that low growth is expected for Montserrat in 2011 after sharp output contractions in 2009–10. Stress in the financial sector and slower-than-expected development of major capital investment projects continue to limit prospects for growth. Directors have welcomed the development of a strategy for addressing financial vulnerabilities and the initial progress in implementing it. They have supported preemptive action to minimize costs and risks and preparation of an action plan spelling out the roles of key players.