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International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
This Technical Note analyzes the bank failure mitigation and resolution regime, as well as arrangements for managing a financial crisis, in Luxembourg. The landscape for managing problem banks in Luxembourg has changed fundamentally in recent years. As part of the euro area, Luxembourg is now part of a banking union in which the European Central Bank (ECB) has exclusive authority to directly supervise significant institutions and the Commission for the Supervision of the Financial Sector (CSSF), under the oversight of the ECB, directly supervises less significant institutions. It is recommended that the CSSF increase staffing for resolution and pay attention to potential conflicts of interest in the decision-making process related to supervisory and deposit insurance functions.
International Monetary Fund
The Euro system maintains a high level of transparency in all aspects of operations, demonstrating a strong institutional commitment to openness and a high degree of observance of the code. Greater consistency in the disclosure practices of individual National Central Banks (NCBs) will ensure that the conduct of monetary policy, payment system oversight, and the development of financial markets proceed in a uniform basis. Executive Directors suggests that the European Central Bank (ECB) review its current practice of selective and informal public consultation on payment issues.
International Monetary Fund

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La norme spéciale de diffusion des données (NSDD) a été créée en 1996 par le FMI pour aider les pays membres – qui ont ou pourraient chercher à avoir accès aux marchés internationaux de capitaux – à communiquer des données économiques et financières importantes au public. L'année suivante, le FMI a créé la norme générale de diffusion des données (NGDD), qui vise à préparer les pays à satisfaire aux exigences de la NSDD. Les données fournies par les pays souscrivant à la NSDD, ainsi que les informations fournies par les pays participant la NGDD, sont publiées sur le tableau d’affichage des normes de diffusion (TAND) du FMI (site web : http://dsbb.imf.org). Ce guide a pour objectif d'aider les souscripteurs à la NSDD, les pays participant à la NGDD qui s'apprêtent à souscrire à la NSDD, et les utilisateurs du TAND à se familiariser avec les caractéristiques et le champ d'application de la NSDD et du TAND. Il vise à compléter les initiatives du FMI en matière de transparence et de normes relatives aux données, à améliorer la publication de statistiques internationales complètes et à jour, et de contribuer ainsi aux efforts entrepris par les pays pour adopter des politiques macroéconomique saines, ainsi qu'à l'amélioration du fonctionnement des marchés financiers mondiaux.

International Monetary Fund

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Las Normas Especiales para la Divulgación de Datos (NEDD) fueron establecidas por el FMI en 1996 con el objeto de orientar a los países que ya tienen acceso o procuran obtener acceso a los mercados internacionales de capital en la tarea de divulgar datos económicos y financieros al público. Al año siguiente, el FMI estableció las Normas Generales para la Divulgación de Datos (NGDD), con el objeto de preparar a los países para que puedan cumplir con los requisitos de las NEDD. Los datos suministrados por los países suscriptos a las NEDD, así como la información proporcionada por los países participantes en las NGDD, se publican en la Cartelera Electrónica de Divulgación de Datos (CEDD) en la página web pública del FMI (http://dsbb.imf.org). Esta Guía busca ayudar los suscriptores de las NEDD, a los participantes en el SGDD en transición hacia las NEDD, y a los usuarios de la CEDD a familiarizarse con las características y el alcance de las NEDD y de la CEDD. Su objetivo es promover las iniciativas del FMI en materia de transparencia y normas de datos, mejorar la disponibilidad pública de estadísticas internacionales oportunas y completas, y de esa manera contribuir a la aplicación de políticas macroeconómicas sólidas en los países y a un mejor funcionamiento de los mercados financieros mundiales.

International Monetary Fund

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The Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS) was established by the IMF in 1996 to guide members that already had, or that might seek, access to international capital markets in providing key economic and financial data to the public. In the following year, the IMF established the General Data Dissemination Standard (GDDS), which seeks to prepare countries for meeting the requirements of the SDDS. Data supplied by countries subscribing to the SDDS, as well as information provided by countries participating in the GDDS, are posted on the Dissemination Standards Bulletin Board (DSBB) on the IMF's public website (http://dsbb.imf.org). This Guide is intended to assist subscribers of the SDDS, GDDS participants moving toward subscription to the SDDS, and users of the DSBB in becoming aware of the features and scope of the SDDS and the DSBB. It is intended to further the IMF's initiatives in data transparency and standards, to enhance the public availability of timely and comprehensive international statistics, and therefore to contribute to countries pursuit of sound macroeconomic policies and to the improved functioning of global financial markets.

International Monetary Fund

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The Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS) was established by the IMF in 1996 to guide members that already had, or that might seek, access to international capital markets in providing key economic and financial data to the public. In the following year, the IMF established the General Data Dissemination Standard (GDDS), which seeks to prepare countries for meeting the requirements of the SDDS. Data supplied by countries subscribing to the SDDS, as well as information provided by countries participating in the GDDS, are posted on the Dissemination Standards Bulletin Board (DSBB) on the IMF's public website (http://dsbb.imf.org). This Guide is intended to assist subscribers of the SDDS, GDDS participants moving toward subscription to the SDDS, and users of the DSBB in becoming aware of the features and scope of the SDDS and the DSBB. It is intended to further the IMF's initiatives in data transparency and standards, to enhance the public availability of timely and comprehensive international statistics, and therefore to contribute to countries pursuit of sound macroeconomic policies and to the improved functioning of global financial markets.

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

The Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS) was established by the IMF in 1996 to guide members that already had, or that might seek, access to international capital markets in providing key economic and financial data to the public. In the following year, the IMF established the General Data Dissemination Standard (GDDS), which seeks to prepare countries for meeting the requirements of the SDDS. Data supplied by countries subscribing to the SDDS, as well as information provided by countries participating in the GDDS, are posted on the Dissemination Standards Bulletin Board (DSBB) on the IMF's public website (http://dsbb.imf.org). This Guide is intended to assist subscribers of the SDDS, GDDS participants moving toward subscription to the SDDS, and users of the DSBB in becoming aware of the features and scope of the SDDS and the DSBB. It is intended to further the IMF's initiatives in data transparency and standards, to enhance the public availability of timely and comprehensive international statistics, and therefore to contribute to countries pursuit of sound macroeconomic policies and to the improved functioning of global financial markets.